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THE 



TIFFANYS OF AMERICA 



HISTORY AND GENEALOGY. 




PUBLISHED BY 

NELSON OTIS TIFFANY 

POB AMD IW THS IffTBftSST OV 

CHARLES LEWIS TIFFANY 

OF NEW YORK CITY, 

AND OF THE TIFFANY FAMILY. 




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PREFACE. 



ORIDE and interest, the rightful heritage of the Tiffany family, have 
prompted many of its members to entertain a feeling that they would 
like the family records compiled for publication. From my childhood I 
remember having heard this subject discussed. 

Dr. Tiffany of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, more than forty years ago, 
undertook a partial compilation ; but at his death the matter was dropped. 
The manuscripts drifted to England, and subsequently came into the hands 
of Charles L. Tiffany of New York City, who, prompted by the desire to 
secure a complete record cf his own branch, employed a person he believed 
qualified to prepare such a work. In tracing the family tree, its branches 
were found to be so extended that Mr. Tiffany decided to make the record 
general, and to take in, as far as possible, the American branch of the 
family. The work extended far beyond his expectations, involved much 
labor, and a large expenditure of money, far in excess of the amount he 
could hope to realize from the sale of the book to members of the family 
at a nominal price. Disappointed in the help he had employed to com- 
plete the work, Mr. Tiffany found himself compelled to suspend prepara- 
tion, and the records lay untouched for about six years, Mr. Tiffany's many 
business interests preventing him from again taking up the compilation. 
During this time, I had several conversations with Mr. Tiffany in 
regard to pushing the genealogy forward, with the result that, more 
than a year ago, he placed the work, manuscripts, and records in my hands, 
under a promise that I would do my best to bring it to completion. This 
book is the result. I realize fuilv its defects and its omissions; and I 
know that, at best, it is merely a foundation for a future and a better work, 
which I trust will be undertaken by a more capable member of the Tiffany 
family. The records, as they came into my hands, were incomplete ; many 
threads were missing, the copy supplied was nearly worthless, whole genera- 
tions were, seemingly, purposely left out or extracted from the copy ; every 



ly PREFACE. 

line hid to be gone over, corrected and verified. This was too much for a 
busy business man to undertake with any hope of a satisfactory result. 

After a long and tedious effort, I found in the person of Miss Marian 
De Forest the ability and the temperament to get the Tiffany genealogy 
in shape for publication. But for Miss De Forest's interest and intelligent 
devotion to the work it would again have been suspended. Her training 
in newspaper and magazine writing qualified her, in a marked degree, for 
the task of picking up the loose and straggling threads and broken ends and 
weaving them into this completed volume. I herewith make public acknowl- 
edgment to her, and express my hearty appreciation of the intelligent 
and persistent interest she has manifested during her connection with the 
work. She has taken the matter in hand from manuscript preparation to 
proof-reading, and I feel sure knows more about the Tiffany family than any 
member of it. 

To Charles L. Tiffany of New York is due the publication of the book. 
But for his liberal contributions of money, before and since it came into 
my hands, its publication would not have been possible. 

Craving your indulgence for the shortcomings which I fully appreciate 
are to be found in this volume, and hoping it will form the groundwork for 
a full and complete history of the Tiffany family, to be compiled by some 
later generation, I subscribe myself, 

Yours sincerely, 

NELSON OTIS TIFFANY. 

Buffalo, New York, February 15, 1901. 



EXPLANATION. 



The following abbreviations are used in this work : 

b. — born. dau.— daughter. 

d. — died, dead or deceased. wid. — widow. 

m. — married or marriage. S. P. — without issue. 

By the method used in this work, the line of descent from the original 
ancestor is easily traced. With the exception of the chapter classified under 
the head of " Miscellaneous Tiffanys," the members of the family are 
traced back to Squire Humphrey Tiffany, the original settler in this country, 
to whom all the Tiffanys in America are supposed to owe their origin. 

For instance, suppose the following appears in the records of the 
genealogy — 1430 John White Tiffany (1040 Archibald Tiffany, 832 
John Tiffany, 420 Ephraim Tiffany, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey) 
— the descent can be traced by following from John White Tiffany to, 
1040, Archibald Tiffany, the father of John White, whose descent, in 
turn, goes back to his own father, John Tiffany. Following the numbers 
down, the student will trace back to Ephraim Tiffany, from Ephraim to 
James, from James to his father James, and from the second James to 
Humphrey Tiffany, the original settler in America, from whom the others 
descended. In the miscellaneous Tiffanys, the line of descent is traced 
back to the first known ancestor, numbered as 1. 

In the male line, the descendants are brought down to the present day, 
with each one given a separate space for his own family. In the female 
line, the descent stops with the births and deaths of the grandchildren of 
the female Tiffany. She and her children are numbered in rotation, but 
her grandchildren are designated alphabetically. It was impossible to 
continue the descent of the female Tiffanys beyond the third generation 
from the male ancestor, as it would require several volumes to complete 
the records were all this additional data given in the genealogy. 

The Latin numerals I, II, III, IV, V, etc., are used to designate 
the seniority of the children in the rotation of birth, and the ordinary 
numerals are used in tracing from the original ancestor. 

The form in which this genealogy is traced is considered the simplest 
and best by the leading genealogists of both this country and England, 
and was adopted for this work after a careful investigation of several forms. 
It is so simple that a very little study will make it clear ; and it is possible, 
by a careful attention to the instructions herewith given, to easily and 
quickly trace every member of the family included in the volume back to 
the original ancestor. 



TIFFANY COAT OF ARMS. 



T T IS to Charles Lewis Tiffany of New York that the publisher of this 
*■ work is indebted for the Tiffany coat of arms which forms the frontis- 
piece to this volume. 

The heraldic design is rarely beautiful and the coat of arms in colors is 
extremely artistic. 

On February 3, 1900, Charles Lewis Tiffany of New York sent to 
Nelson O. Tiffany the following description of the family crest : 

The crest consists of a greyhound's head with a stag's foot in the mouih. The coat 
of arm* is composed chiefly of a shield with a chevron between three lions' heads. On a 
ribbon beneath the shield appears the motto, "Patria Fidelis," meaning "Faithful to the 
Fatherland." The above description is from Burke's "General Armory," the recognized 
English authority on heraldry. It is given under Tiffin, which is synonymous with Tiffany. 

The chevron referred to is one of the honorable ordinaries, and, according to some 
writers, is supposed to represent the rafters of a house ; by others, the front view of a 
saddle. 

The lions' heads erased (or torn off) denote strength and courage. Their ensanguined 
hue and mangled condition, together with the fragment of the house, also red, would indi- 
cate a mortal struggle for some loved object, the silver shield (symbolized by white) 
being the metal that denotes love. 

The crest or conizance yields in honor to none of the heraldic insignia. It originated 
in the necessity of distinguishing one chief from another, making him known upon the 
battle field, as, the visor of the helmet being closed, the face of the wearer could not be 
seen. 

The origin of this crest is obscure, as the greyhound does not hunt the stag. Most 
likely, it is a perversion from the deerhound, and it would seem to indicate that the bearer 
varied the sterner duties of life by indulgence in the chase. 

The "lambrequin" was a leather covering, to protect the shield from rust, etc, and in 
the course of time received many sword cuts and incisions, which modern heralds have 
formed into ornament and painted with the principal tincture and metal found in the arms. 

The coat of arms to be appreciated should be seen in colors. We have been pre- 
sented with a handsomely illuminated copy, suitable for hanging, by Mrs. Elizabeth P. 
Farnham, connected with the Brewster-Bradford Company of Hannibal, N. Y. (Coats- 
of-Arms, Puritan and Pilgrim Publications and Engravings), and we have no hesitation 
in pronouncing it the most beautiful thing of its kind we have ever seen. 



INTRODUCTION. 



A LTHOUGH the most diligent search has been made, both through 
** the records of this country and of Europe, it has been impossible to 
ascertain the exact date at which the original Tiffany came to America. 
The lists of emigrants to America have been carefully studied ; also other 
records, including many of the genealogies published in this country and 
across the water. Several names that might be construed to mean Tiffany 
appear, but, as there is so much doubt concerning them, they have not 
been used in the compilation of data for this work. 

The earliest Tiffany mentioned in colonial history is Squire Humphrey, 
who is undoubtedly the ancestor of the majority of Tiffanys in America. 
Squire Humphrey Tiffany probably went to Massachusetts Bay about the 
year 16C0. Authentic records show that the town of Rehoboth, Mass., 
was incorporated in 1645, and, as originally incorporated, contained the 
present towns of Seekonk, Rehoboth, Attleboro, parts of Swansea, Mass., 
and Pawtucket, R. I. In the records of the town of ancient Rehoboth, 
Bayliss' History of New Plymouth, Vol. I., page 209, under date of Jan- 
uary 22, 1G63, states, " Humphrey Tiffany permitted to be a sojourner and 
to buy or hire." At this date, therefore, Humphrey Tiffany became a 
citizen of the town. In Savage's Genealogical History of New England 
Families who came to America before May 1692, on page 300, Vol. IV., 
under the heading of Tiffany, appears the following : 

Tiffany, Humphrey, Rehoboth, 1663, b. w. Elizabeth, had Sarah, b. sixth July, 1683, 
was I think inhab. of Dover for some time, but k. 15, July 1685, on the journey betw. 
Swansey and Boston, by a stroke of lightning. 

Savage is mistaken about Humphrey having lived in Dover, N. H. 
Thorough search of Dover records and all other sources of information 
concerning the county of Rockingham, in which Dover lies, (ails to reveal 
that any member of the Tiffany family lived in Dover. 

What is now Swansea, Mass., was part of the original town of Rehoboth. 
In the Plymouth Colony Records, among the Swansea items appears the 
following: 

Sarah, the dau. of Humphrey Tiffany, and Elizabeth hit wife, was born sixth of July 
1683. 



vM WTRODUCTION. 

This shows that two years before Humphrey's death he was living in 
Swansea, Mass., and not in Dover, N. H. Further proof that he was a 
resident of Swansea at the time of his death is given on page 88, Vol. V., 
fifth series, Publications of the Massachusetts Historical Society, in the 
Diary of Samuel Sewell, as follows : 

Wednesday, P. M., July 15, 1685. Very dark and great thunder and lightning. One 
Humphrey Tiffany and Frances Low, daughter of Antony Low, are slain with the lightning 
and thunder about a mile or a mile and a half beyond Billinges Farm, the horse also slain, 
that they rode on, and another Horse in Company slain and his rider who held the gar- 
ment on the Maid to steady it at the time the Stroke a coat or cloak, stounded but not 
killed. Were coming to Boston. Antony Low being in Town the sad Bill was put up 
with (regards) of that solemn judgment of God ; Fast-day Forenoon, July 15, 1685, 2 
persons 3 horses. 

This gives the date of Humphrey Tiffany's death in a satisfactory 
manner, and shows that he was on his way from the direction of Swansea 
toward Boston at the time he was killed. 

Another record states that Humphrey Tiffany was killed by lightning 
between Swansea and Boston, and that for a long time a metal tablet 
was affixed to a large tree, beneath which he sought shelter during the 
storm and was killed. The word tree was used to rhyme with Tiffany in 
the inscription on the tablet, setting forth the incident in which Humphrey 
Tiffany and his companion were killed. The inscription concluded with 

the following : 

Squire Humphrey Tiffany 
And Mistress Low, 
By a stroke of lightning 
Into Eternity did go. 

Further proof of his residence is found on pages 51-54, Plymouth 
Colony Records, Vol. IV., also in the Court Orders contained in Vol. 
VI., in which the following appears: 

Att a General Court of this holden att plimouth Oct. 27, 1686. Before Thomas 

Hinckley, Esq., Gouern and others. 
Administration is granted by this Court to Elizabeth, the relict of Humphrey Tiffany, 
deceased, on all the goods and chattells of sd. Tiffany, she bringing in a true inventory 
thereof, and giueing bond with two sufficient sureties for her administring according to 
law. Major John Walley is ordered by the Court to give ye oath to the inuentory of sd. 
Tiffany, and to deliver her the letter of administration granted by the Court, she haueing 
giuen in bond as above said. 

Mistress Elizabeth Tiffany qualified before the General Court as execu- 
trix of her husband's estate. From the time Humphrey Tiffany is first 
heard of, he is found to be a resident of the Plymouth Colony of 
Massachusetts Bay, and especially of that part known as Swansea, so named 



INTRODUCTION. \ x 

because it was originally settled by emigrants from the town of Swansea in 
Wales. 

Records of the present town of Swansea give the names of Squire 
Humphrey Tiffany's children and some of his grandchildren. In the 
town book appears the following : 

Hezekiah the son of Humphrey Tiffanee and of Elizabeth his wife was drowned in 
Swanzey Rirer on the 4th of December near night Anno. 1685. 

This was the same year in which Humphrey Tiffany was killed. 
The children of whom there is actual proof are the following, all of 
whom are numbered the second generation : 

2 James. 

2 Thomas. 

2 Ebenezer. 

2 Consider. 

2 Sarah, b. July 6, 1683. 

2 Hezekiah, d. December 4, 1685. 

There were possibly other children, but there is no positive proof, and it 
is more than likely that the Tiffanys classed under miscellaneous are 
descendants from them. 

In the records of Swansea, Mass., it is learned that James Tiffany went 
to Attleboro', Mass.; Thomas first to Bristol and then to Ashford, Conn.; 
Ebenezer to Harrington, R. I. The Swansea records also contain the 
following data concerning the early descendants of Humphrey Tiffany : 

Elizabeth, daughter of James and Bethiah Tiffany, b. April 11, 1689. 

Eliezer, son of Thomas and Hannah Tiffany, b. April 13, 1690. 

Ebenezer, son of Ebenezer and Elizabeth Tiffany, b. February 2, 1695. 

Elizabeth, daughter of Ebenezer and Elizabeth Tiffany, b. January 
31, 1700. 

Ebenezer, son of Ebenezer and Elizabeth Tiffany, b. July 3, 1702. 

Ephraim, son of Ebenezer and Elizabeth Tiffany, b. February 4, 1703, 
or '04. 

Hezekiah, son of Ebenezer and Elizabeth Tiffany, b. July 27, 1697. 

Katherine, daughter of Ebenezer and Elizabeth Tiffany, b. March 5, 
1698, or '99. 

Recompense, son of Thomas and Hannah Tiffany, b. March 11, 1693, 
or '94; m. 2d Ann (b. Swansea, Mass., 1698 ; d. Barrington, R. I., June 
27, 1721). 

Thomas, son of Thomas and Hannah Tiffany, b. May 22, 1692. 

Seth, son of Ebenezer and Elizabeth Tiffany, b. June 4, 1705. 



% 'INTRODUCTION. 

Sarah, daughter of Ebenezer and Elizabeth Tiffany, b. June 13, 1707. 

William, son of Ebenezer and Elizabeth Tiffany, b. August 29, 1710. 

The descendants of some of these it has been impossible to trace. 
Others probably had no children. Some died unmarried. Among those 
classed as "Miscellaneous Tiffanys" there are doubtless many who may 
rightly claim descent from Squire Humphrey Tiffany, but the records have 
been lost or destroyed, and it has been impossible to make the connection ; 
therefore, they have been added to this history in the hope that some future 
generation may take up the work and supply the missing links in the chain 
connecting all the Tiffanys in America with the parent stock. 

The four great branches of the Tiffany family, whose descent is un- 
questioned, are James, Thomas, Ebenezer, and Consider, sons of Squire 
Humphrey Tiffany, and it is with them and their descendants that this 
history deals. 

Before, however, taking up the threads, it is appropriate to devote a 
little space to the Tiffanys of Europe. 



TIFFANYS OF EUROPE. 



A LTHOUGH Charles L. Tiffany decided that it was best to limit 
** this history to the American branch of the family, it is well to give 
some little data which has come, in the natural course of research, into 
the author's hands, as to the ancient lineage of the family in Europe. The 
exact origin of the Tiffany family is difficult to ascertain, but the author's 
theory is that the name and the family originated in Italy about the time of 
the early crusades, and that some member of the house, returning, settled 
in Brittany, France. Following the conquest of the English by the Nor- 
mans, and continuing down to about the year 1730, the English left 
Brittany at different periods, and it is from some of these English Tiffanys 
that the Americans of that name are descended. Squire Humphrey proba- 
bly came from Yorkshire ; the Irish Tiffanys were an overflow from 
England, and from there came to America. As far as has been ascertained, 
it is thought that none of the American Tiffanys originated in Italy, France, 
or any continental country. The name exists in Italy and France. In 
Brittany and Normandy it is frequently found. There are also many Tif- 
fanys in England and Ireland. 

The first mention of the name Tiffany in England is found in Long- 
staffe's " Richmonshire, its Ancient Lords and Edifices," pages 142 and 

143: 

William de Coningsby 
Came out of Brittany, 
With his wife Tiffany 
And his maid Maufrass, 
And his dogge Hardigrass. 

In M English Surnames, Their Sources and Significations," by Charles 
VV. Bardsley, M. A., second edition, published in London, in 1875, on 
pages 71 and 72, appears the following : 

The Normans liked their women to be, however modest, none the less light-hearted, 
gay, and spirited, and in the synonyms of mirth, gladness, and sportiveness they would 
delight in fixing on their newly-born children that which they hoped would be in the future 
an index of the real 1 character. Theophania was anything but unpopular, but its length 
made it inavoidable but that it should be mutilated or put in an abbreviated or nicknamed 
form and thus it has arisen our Tiffany, whence, of course, the surname of to-day. 

1 



2 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

In January, 1900, David R. Downer of Newark, N. J., who married 
Adelaide Tiffany, daughter of Hclim W. and Anna E. Tiffany, sent to the 
writer an interesting account of the Tiffany family, compiled by himself. 
All the data was gleaned by Mr. Downer from reliable sources. In the 
course of his letter Mr. Downer writes: "According to an authority on 
English surnames, the name Tiffany is a corruption of Theophania. This 
I found in a book in the New York Genealogical Society Library. I be- 
lieve it to be correct. The statement found elsewhere that the name is 
derived from a thin cloth is unreasonable." Considerable space is devoted 
in some books on English surnames to proving that the name Tiffany was 
taken from Epiphany, with reference to the Feast of the Epiphany, the 
church festival, also called Twelfth Day, concluding the Christmas holidays. 
The name as applied to a silk would thus mean Epiphany silk, that is, holi- 
day silk, and tiffanies is given in some English books as meaning a kind of 
thin silk gauze. 

In tracing the origin of the name through early English history and 
literature, the writer has come across many interesting uses of the word. 
Boyle, on " Colours," gave it as an equivalent for " taffeta, a fine, smooth, 
silken stuff, remarkably glossy." 

In olden days, in England, the most celebrated females of a pack of 
hounds were frequently named Tiffany ; but the word is used in so many 
different senses that it is difficult, if not impossible, to ascertain in what 
manner it gradually developed into the English surname now borne by 
thousands in this country and in Europe. 

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS, 

It li thought lent to \wn the htotory of the Tiffany* from their rarUrnt 
known Kiigllnh origin, The Ainorft mii branch In made up of Mngllah, frfali 
and Scotch, The family has Inherited, to a marked degree, the sturdy, 
determined characteristics of these three nationalities. The Tiffanys are, 
as a rule, physically strong, from medium to large stature, many being 
over six feet in height. They are too high-spirited and active to take on 
a superabundance of flesh, are stately in bearing, erect in carriage, quick 
and clear-cut in movement, and have large heads, the upper brain devel- 
oped in excess of the base. 

The head is well carried on a sturdy neck. The chest is deep, the 
lungs large and full, the body and limbs round, well knit, closely jointed. 
The shoulders are inclined to droop, with the arms carried close to the 
body. Skin and hair are fine in texture, nails are thin, giving evidence of 
a sensitive and somewhat nervous organization, the mental predominating 
over the physical. The faces are comely, with nose straight or slightly 



THE T1PPASYS OF AMERICA. 3 

arched, nostrils large, indicating strong and full lung capacity, and the 
line from the nostril to the corner of the mouth, known as the line of 
success, is sharply denned. During the author's connection with the 
genealogy of the Tiffany family it has been his good fortune to meet many 
of its members, and he has never seen a mentally or physically small Tif- 
fany. The complexion is usually dark, but not swarthy, the eyes are 
brown, dark blue, or dark gray. A blonde Tiffany is practically unknown. 
Probably the most marked physical characteristic of the TifTanys is the 
expression of the eye, which is as positive and distinct as the Maximilian 
lip is said to be. It is claimed that any person having a drop of Maximil- 
ian blood in his veins has full and red lips. The Tiffany eye is the first 
feature to attract the attention of a close observer. It is bright, giving 
evidence of temperate habits. Its expression changes rapidly with the 
mood, indicating health and buoyancy, sympathy, grief, determination, or 
anger, with quickness and unerring certainty. It is a Tiffany mark. The 
TifTanys are good livers, and are fastidious in dress. As a race, the TifTanys 
are long-lived, retaining their mental faculties unimpaired to a good 
old age. Palmer C. Tiffany, who died in July, 1900, was over ninety at 
the time of his death, and less than a year before that event he contributed 
an interesting series of articles to one of the Mount Pleasant, Iowa, newspa- 
pers, giving an account of the pioneer settlement of Iowa. These articles 
were vigorous, showing an extraordinary memory, and a familiar acquaint- 
ance with the history of this Western State. Nelson Arnold Tiffany, 
father of Nelson Otis Tiffany, when in his eighty-second year, was the 
youngest of five brothers and sisters in his family living at that time, two 
of whom died after passing ninety-three. Charles Lewis Tiffany, founder 
of the famous hoiiHe of Tiffany & Co., although in his ninetieth year 
at thi* writing, gor* ny,\\Ur\y to hie Imi*Iw*«* daily, giving it hi* rlo»e and 
intelligent attention, lie h«* riMiinrkahta vl*ion mid i* sl/lc to rvm\ with 
the naked eye as well as can most of hi* employes with the n*e of gl***e», 



HISTORY AND GENEALOGY Of 



DESCENDANTS OF SQUIRE HUMPHREY 

TIFFANY. 

2 JAMES (1 Humphrey). Son of Squire Humphrey and Elizabeth 
Tiffany; m., first, Bethiah — she d. Attleboro, Mass., February 27, 1711 ; 
m., second, Elizabeth — she survived him and was the executor of his 
will ; March 16, 1734, she was m. to Andrew Grover of Norton, Mass. 

For a short time after his first marriage, James lived in Swansea, Mass.; 
but, about 1690, he moved into Attleboro, and there secured the farm on 
which he built the old house that stood until within a few years, in which 
many generations of Tiffanys were born and died. The exact date of 
James Tiffany's death is not known ; but it was between June 28, 1732, 
when he made his will, and July 26th of the same year, when it was 
probated. 

Following is a copy of the will : 

In the name of God Amen ; the twentieth-eighth day of June 1732. 

! James Tifiny of the Town of Attleborough u in the " in the County of Bristol in 
hla Majesties province of the Massachusetts Bay ; being very sick and weak in body but 
of perfect mind and memory thanks to be given to god therefor, calling to mind the 
mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to dye ; do make 
and ordain this my last will and Testament. 

That is to say principally and first of all I give and Recommend my soul into the 
hands of god that gave it and my body I recommend to the earth to be buried in decent 
M Christian Burial" at the discretion of my executors: Nothing doubting but at the 
General Resurrection I 'hall receive the same again by the mighty power of god. 

And as touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased god to bless me in this 
life, I give demise and dispose in the "followin" manner and form. 

Imprimis : I give and bequeath to Elizabeth my dearly beloved wife, accordin as the 
laws of our province hath provided that is to say the income of the third part of my . 
estate : together with the use of any Room in my dwelling house. 

And I do constitute make and ordain Elizabeth my dearly beloved wife together with 
my Son John Tifinye both joyntly to be executrix and executor of this my last will and 
Testament. 

Item. I give to my well beloved son Joseph "Tifinie" ten Shillings. 

Item. I give to my well beloved Son James Tifinye the sum of ten shillings. 

Item. I give unto my well beloved son Samuel Tifinie the sum of ten shillings : 

the Reason why I give unto these my Sons no more of my estate now is "becaus" 
they had the greater part of their portion before. 

Item. I give unto my well beloved Son Benjamin " Tifinye " A hundred Acres of land 
in Ashford in the Colony of Connecticut 

Item. I give unto my daughter Elizabeth's Children the sum of five pound six 
Shillings and eight pence 



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Item. I give onto my well beloved daughter Anne the sum of four pounds 
Item. I give unto my well beloved daughter Rebecca, the sum of six pounds 
Item. I give onto my well beloved daughter Sarah the sum of six pounds 
Item. I give unto my well beloved daughter Mary the sum of six pounds 
Item. I give unto my well beloved daughter Martha the sum of five pounds 
Item. I give unto my well beloved daughter "Lidia" the sum of three pounds- 
Item. I give unto my well beloved daughter Bathshcba the sum of five pounds 
Item. I do hereby give unto my well beloved sons John Tifinye and Noah Tifinye all 
my estate equal for quantity and quality for them to enjoy forever 

Item. I give unto my daughters Kesiah and Aletheah the sum of thirty pounds each of 
them, obliging my two younger sons to pay out all their Legacy's M att " the term of yean 
when my youngest son is three and twenty years old. 

I do hereby utterly disallow revoke and disannull all and every other former testament* 
wills Legacies and bequests and exetors "be" me in any ways before named willed and 
bequeathed Ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament 
in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year Above, sd 

JAMES TIFFANY Seal 

Signed Sealed published pronounced and declared to be my last Will and testament in the 
presence of us the Subscribers. 

Ephraim Lane 

Ebenezer Lane 

John Fuller 
Proved July 26th, 1732. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

3. L Elizabeth, b, Swansea, Mass., April 16, 1680 ; m. Amos Shepherdion. 
She d. before 1732. They had children. 

Joseph, b. Attlcboro about 1693. 

James, b. Attleboro, 1697 ; d. October, 1776. 

Samuel, b. Attleboro, 1701 ; d. there January, 1781. 

Benjamin, b. Attleboro, 1702. 

Anna, b. Attleboro, 1703. 

Rebecca, b. Attleboro, 1704. 

Sarah, b. Atttleboro, 1705. 

Mary, b. Attleboro, 1706 ; m., November, 10, 1737, John Caswell, Jr. Chil- 
dren, b. Norton, Mass.: (a) Beal, b. January 21, 1739; (b) Marcy, b. May 
2, 1743; d. October 3, 1743; (c) David, b. January 30, 1744, or '46; 
(d) Joseph, b. May 28, 1747; (e) John, b. August 16, 1749; (f)Keziah, 
b. October 31, 1751; (g) Samuel, b. January 31, 1756; (h) Molly, b. 
August 9, 1758. 

Martha, b. Attleboro, 1707. 

Lydia, b. Attlcboro, 1708 ; m. there, April 4, 1724, Nathaniel Daggett. 

Bathsheba, b. Attleboro, 1709. 

John, b. Attleboro, September 1, 1710 ; d. there January 10, 1788. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 
( All born in Attleboro.) 

16. xiv. Jonathan, b. June 21, 1714 ; d. Attlcboro, September 18, 1717. 

17. xv. Keziah, b. July 29, 1716 ; m., in Attleboro, Mass., June 6, 1734, John Lane. 



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II, art. Amethia, b. June 96. 1719, 

19. fivll, Noah, b, February 24, 1790 \ A, January, 1740 ', m„ In Norton. Mam. April 
23, 1741, the wli!«»w, Martha Orover, Iffo will wm dated 1740, probated 
January 1'/), 174ft, and hit executors were hU slitters, Kexlah and Aliethea, 
hU widow and hi* urotlier*ln*lew, Amos Bltepherdson. 



S. JAMES TIFFANY (2 James, 1 Humphrey). Son of James and 
Elizabeth Tiffany of Attleboro, Mass.; m., in Attleboro, November 11. 
1725, Elizabeth Allen (b. Attleboro, 1704; d. there, August 1, 1796). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Attleboro.) 

90. i. Bithiah, b. September 93, 1727 ; m. t in Attleboro, November 16, 1749, Ebe- 

nezcr Clafllin of Uxbridge, Mass. Children : (a) Ebenezer, (b) Allan. 

91. II. Ki.iZAiiK-ru, b. November 17, 1720 ; m., in Attleboro, October 24, 1759, John 

Filter, Jr., of Norton, Muss. Mad one child, a daughter. 
Jamks, b. January 24, 1732. 

F.hknk/.kr, b. June 26, 1734) d. Attleboro, October 3, 1R17. 
Gideon, b. September 19, 1737 1 d. Ancaster, Ontario, Canada. 
Daniel, b, February 28, 1739; d. Sturbridgc, Conn., May 4, 1817. 
Benjamin, b. April 9, 1741 ; d. Randolph, Vt., October 98, 1825. 



22. JAMES TIFFANY (5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Son of 
James Tiffany and Elizabeth Allen; m., in Norton, Mass., November 15, 
1753, Keziah Tiffany. They were cousins. This family lived at Swansea, 
Cheshire County, N. II., at the time of the announcement of the revolu- 
tionary war. This would be 1775-1776. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Attleboro.) 

Loaes, b. May 24, 1754. Said to have married Sutherland or Southerall. 
Joel, b. February 7, 1757. Said to have married his cousin in Mansfield, and 

lived on Charlotte River, southwestern part of Schoharie County, N. Y. 
Chlob, b. January 21, 1759. Said to have married. 

Jamks, b. November 10, 1760 ; d. South Brimfield, Mass., March 25, 1823. 
Samuel, b. September 1, 1762. > 

30. JAMES TIFFANY (22 James, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, in Attleboro, Mass., Mary Howe (b. 1750; d. South Brimfield, 
Mass., March 18, 1823). 

James Tiffany went first into New Hampshire, finally married and 
settled in South Brimfield, Mass., now called Wales. He was a farmer. 



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II L Drxtm, h. Attttboro, Mum., Stpttmbtr 17, 1793 \ m Elliabrth §—nr §t 
Boston, S, P, (twin of Lyman), 

19. II, Lyman, b, Attltboro, Mast,, Hcpttmb«r 17, 1799 j d, Cambridge Man., J»Ir 
I, 1879, 

91 III, Bsla, b, South Hrlmfield, Mim,, Octobtr 7, 1790) d, iouthbrldft, Mm*,, 
January 39, 1851. 

99, lv, Lucy, b. South Brimfield, Mast., March 39, 1789 ; d. Laporte, Ind,, October 7, 
1859. 

36. ▼. Loring, b. South Brimfield, Mass., 1794 ; d. there August 15, 1825 ; m., in Brim* 
field, Mass., January 1, 1823, Mary Gardner Downer (b. Koxbury, Mass., August 
20, 1801 ; d Beverly, N. J., September 14, 1855), dau. of Dr. John Downer 
(b. August 12, 1775 ; drowned in the Ohio River) and Catherine Wyman (b. 
Roxbury, Mass., November 9, 1780 ; d. there April 8, 1846). Child: 44 William 
Loring, b. Brimfield, Mass., October 2, 1824 ; m., October 10, 1865, Lydia B. 
Tomlinson of Philadelphia, Pa. They have (a) Mary Downer, b. Wallingford, 
Pa., December 9, 1869; d. Minneapolis, Minn., December 21, 1879; (b, c) 
Catherine and Margaret (twins), U Minneapolis, Minn., December 5, 1877. 
(After Loring Tiffany's death, his wife, Mary G., married Paul Farmer of 
Philadelphia.) 

97. vl. Mary, b. South Brimfield, Mass, 

33. LYMAN TIFFANY (30 James, 22 James, 5 James, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married, in Providence, R. L, July 27, 1806, Sabra Jenks 
(b. Pawtucket, R. I., June 8, 1788; d. Boston, Mass., May 18, 1837), 
dau. of Stephen Jenks (b. North Providence, R. I., 1756; d. there 1837) 
and Mary Arnold (b. Smithfield, R. I., 1757 j d. 1816). 

Lyman Tiffany passed most of his life in Boston, Mass., where he was 
well known in the early part of the century. He was one of the first dry 
goods commission merchants of Boston and was prominently identified 
with the textile manufacturing interests of this country. He founded the 
firm of Tiffany, Sayles & Hitchcock, afterwards Sayles, Merriam & Brewer, 
then Merriam, Brewer & Co., then Gardner, Brewer & Co., then J. L. 
Brewer & Co., the present name of the firm. For many years Mr. Tiffany 
was senior partner. He was one of the five who organized the Amoskeag 
Manufacturing Company, with mills at Manchester, N. H. This is at the 
present day one of the prominent and prosperous manufacturing corpora- 
tions of the United States. After a successful mercantile career, Mr. Tif- 
fany retired from active business at the age of fifty-five and lived to be 
ninety years old. 

children. 

88. i. Sarah Jenks, b. Pawtucket, R. t, February 2, 1807 ; d. Providence, R. L, 

October, 1859. 
40. ii. Francis Alfonso, b. Pawtucket, R. I., December 24, 1809; d. Saratoga 

Springs, N. Y., June 20, 1873. 



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41. UL Minerva, b. Medway, Mam., December 2, 1811 ; d. New York, January 25, 

1890; m., 1836, Freeman Stowe (b. Marlboro, Mass., May 19, 1803 ; d, New- 
ton.Mass., February 26, 1854), son of William Stowe (b. Marlboro, Mass., 
March 31, 1776 ; d. there April 11, 1808) and Phebe Morse (b. Marlboro, 
Mass., December 15, 1771 ; d, Berlin, Mass., January 12, 1856). Children : 
88 William Arthur, b. Boston, Mass., October 28, 1837; d. Newton, Mass., 
September, 1855 ; 89 Helen Minerva, b. Boston, Mass., December 29, 1844 ; 
m., in Boston, June 23, 1868, Charles Phelps (b. Ware, Mass., July 5, 1843 ; 
d. New York, May 12, 1890), son of Ansel Phelps and Lydia Paige ; had 
(a) Stowe, b. October 19, 1869 ; (b) Ansel, b. December 15, 1872 ; (c) Ethel, 
b. April 30, 1875. 

42. iv. Louisa, b. Medway, Mass., December 17, 1813; d. New York, November 14, 

1899. 

43. r. Caroline Elizabeth, b. Boston, Mass., December 15, 1816 ; d. near Provi- 

dence, R. I., August 23, 1895. 

38. SARAH JENKS TIFFANY (33 Lyman, 30 James, 22 James, 
5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, John Slater (b. Paw- 
tucket, R. I., May 23, 1805; d. Webster, Mass., April 20, 1838), son 
of Samuel Slater and Hannah Wilkinson. She m., second, his brother, 
Horatio Nelson Slater (b. Pawtucket, R. I., March 6, 1808; d. Webster, 
Mass., August, 1888). 

children. 

45. i. John Francis, b. Webster, Mass., March 10, 1831 ; d. Providence, R. I., March 

2, 1861. 

46. it. Sarah Jane, b. Webster, Mass., February 20, 1833; m. Judge Thomas Durfee 

of Providence, R. I. ; had 58 Samuel Slater Durfee, m. Leila Weedcn, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

47. iii. Horatio Nelson, b. Providence, R. I., March 20, 1835; d. August 12, 1899 ; 

m., first, in Providence, R. I., Elizabeth Vincent. After her death, he m., 
second, at Bar Harbor, Maine, September, 1891, Mabel Hunt. Had, by his 
first wife, 59 Caroline Vincent, who m. Charles C. Washburne of Worcester, 
MasH. ; and 60 Samuel Slater, who m. Enid Hunt of Washington, D. C. 

48. iv. Hannah Wilkinson, b. Providence, R. I., January 20, 1837; m., in Provi- 

dence, March 19, 1857, Henry Albert Rhodes, son of Amos Jenl<s Rhodes 
(b. Providence, August 6, 1800 ; d. there, March 13, 1832) and Harriet Maria 
Aborn(b. Providence, December 8, 1802; d. there March 3, 1841). Chil- 
dren : 61 Charles Crawford, b. Novcmlnrr 21, 1862 ; d. April, 1804 ; 62 Mary 
Slater, b. September 2, 1804 ; m. Horatio R. Nightingale ; 63 Alice, b. No- 
vember 10, 18C6 ; 64 Maud Tiffany, b. November 23, 1868 ; 65 Esther Slater, 
b. February 13, 1871; 66 Hannah Wilkinson, b. June 25, 1872; 67 Abby 
Goodwin, b. September 11, 1873 ; 68 John Francis, b. May 15, 1876 ; d. 
September 11, 1877. 

49. v. Mary, b. Providence, R. I., February 17, 1846; m., in Providence, April 29, 

1868, Edward Standish Bradford (b. Pawtucket, R. L, December 1, 1842), 
son of S. Standish Bradford (b. Plymouth, Mass., May 4, 1812; d. Provi- 
dence, R. I., July, 1875) and Dorcas Brown Lock wood (b. Providence, R. I., 
February 10, 1821 ; d. there, 1872). Children: 69 Horatio Nelson Slater, 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 9 

b. February 8, 1809; 70 Edward Standish, b. February 10, 1870; 71 Sarah 
Tiffany, b. December 1, 1872 ; d. May, 1873 ; 72 Dorcas Lock wood, b. May 
19, 1874. 

40. FRANCIS ALFONSO TIFFANY (3? Lyman, 30 James, 
22 James, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in New York, June 
6, 1836, Mary Lydia Fox (b. in New York, March 15, 1816), dau. of 
William W. Fox (b. September 26, 1783; d. March 1, 1861) and 
Charlotte Lcggett (b. August 12, 1787 ; d. June 1, 1870). 

Mr. Tiffany was educated at the Boston I^atin School and had a special 
fondness for languages and literature. In 1835 he went to New York, 
where he entered mercantile life, under the firm name of Hutchinson & 
Tiffany, at 50 Exchange Place. During the panic of 1857, the firm 
failed, and, after a short resumption, the business was closed out. From 
that time on, Mr. Tiffany's business career was continued in Wall Street. 
He possessed a well-cultivated mind and polished manners, and was much 
respected by his associates. 

CHILDREN. 
60. i. George Fox, b. New York, April 5, 1837 ; d. West Farms, N. Y„ February 
12, 1868. 

Lyman, b. New York, May 21, 1838. 

Francis Howe, b. New York, November 26, 1839 ; d. March 19, 1868. 

Henry Dyer, b. Fox Homestead, West Farms, N. Y., December 13, 184L 

Charlotte Fox, b. Fox Homestead, N. Y., September 1, 1843; m., in New 
York, October 27, 1863, Miner Trowbridge (b. New York, September 12, 
1840), son of Henry Trowbridge and Charlotte Purdy. Children: 73 
Clarence Mortimer, b. September 11, 1864 ; 74 Guion, b. December 30, 
1867 ; 75 Vaughan, b. December 3, 1869 ; 76 Mary Ethel, b. November 16, 
1870 ; 77 Charlotte Fox, b. November 23, 1872 ; d. January 24, 1876 ; 78 
Miner, b. October 25, 1873 ; d. November 23, 1873 ; 79 Ella, b. November 
30, 1879; d. December 24, 1879; 80 Chester M., b. February 15, 1881; 
d. September 16, 1881 ; 81 Constance, b. October 12, 1883. 

65. vi. Mary Pearsai.l, b. Fox Homestead, N. Y., May 9, 1847 ; d. Rochester, 

N. Y., September 27, 1885 ; m., in New York, April 6, 1878, George Fox 
Tucker ; had 82 Benjamin Merritt Tucker, b. Rochester, N. Y., March 25, 
1885. 

66. vii. Isabel, b. Fox Homestead, N. Y., November 5, 1850; d. Short Hills, N. J., 

May 22, 1887 ; m., in New York, April 8, 1874, Charles Benjamin Terry (b. 
Delhi, N. Y., October 18, 1839), son of Charles Egbert Perry (b. February 
18, 1812 ; d. July 31, 1853) and Marianne Langdon Roberts (b. about 1816). 
During the civil war, C. B. Perry was a paymaster in the United States 
Navy. Children : 83 Charles Langdon, b. July 19, 1875 ; 84 Francis Tif- 
fany, b. July 6, 1876; 85 Lyman D, 85a Egbert Benjamin (twins), b. De- 
cember 3, 1878; 86 Kenneth Roberts, b. August 12, 1880; d. October 24, 

i 1881 ; 86a Arthur Cecil Fox, b. September 19. 1883 ; 87 Reginald, b. 

August 21, 1886. 

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51. LYMAN TIFFANY (40 Francis Alfonso, 33 Lyman, 
30 Jambs, 22 James, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in New 
York, April 7, 1863, Sarah Morgan Stanton (b. Albany, N. Y., Decem- 
ber 2, 1842), dau. of George W. Stanton and Margaret D. Chauncey. 

Lyman Tiffany spent the early years of his life at the Fox homestead, 
West Farms, now Borough of the Bronx, New York City.- His parents 
had made their home there for many years. It was the country place of 
his grandfather, William W. Fox, the surrounding land having been for 
nine generations the property of his grandmother's ancestors. With his 
older brother, George Fox Tiffany, Lyman Tiffany was sent to St. Paul's 
School, College Point, Long Island. He was afterward employed by the 
firm of Hutchinson & Tiffany, of which his father was a partner. Later, he 
entered mercantile life on his own account in the firm of l)eming& Tiffany. 
His business was closed out in 1865, and, as he had inherited a competence 
from his mother's parents, he moved permanently to Washington, where, in 
1889, he built a home from his own plans. He has spent much time in 
travel and has made a large collection of curios and works of art. Mr. 
Tiffany served in the militia of his native State both in home defense and 
during the Civil War. He was quartermaster of the 8th New York Regi- 
ment at the breaking out of the so-called "Sepoy War" at quarantine, 
and served efficiently during the regiment's encampment on Staten Island. 
He reentered the 7th New York Regiment later, and on the call of 
President Lincoln for troops for the protection of the national capital, at 
the breaking out of the Civil War, was one of those greeted by the 
President and Gen. Scott from the steps of the capitol. He served the 
full period of three enlistments, and, on retirement, was elected captain 
of Company G, 7th Regiment, Veteran Corps. He is a member of 
Lafayette Post, G. A. R., of Kane Lodge, F. A. M., and of several civic 
societies and clubs. 

CHILDREN. 

90. i. William Chauncey, b. December 8, 1863 ; <L June 25, 1875. 

91. il. Charlotte Fox, b. May 4, 1865 ; m., first, Thomas D. Parker, second, Wil- 

liam W. Whiting. Had, by first marriage, 110 Helen Margaret and 111 
Morgan. 

92. Hi. Helen Chauncey, b. July 10, 1866; m. Herbert V. Kent, major Royal 

Engineers, British Army. They have 112 Herbert, 113 Margaret, and 115 
Chauncey. 

93. iv. Margaret, b. December 12, 1872; m. Alexander J. Anderson, M. D., 

Ashford, Middlesex County, England. They have one daughter, 115a 
Alexandra. 

94. v. Geomoe Stanton, b. June 7, 1876, lieutenant in 12th Infantry, U. S. A., now 

serving in the Philippines. 




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53. HENRY DYER TIFFANY (40 Francis Alfonso, 33 Lyman, 
30 James, 22 James, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Wash- 
ington, Dutchess County, N. Y., October 11, 1804, Caroline Chase (b. 
Pennsdale, Pa., December 23, 1841), dau. of Josiah Dow Chase (b. Weare, 
N. H., November 13, 1811 ; d. there February 19, 1892) and Mary 
Chase Breed (b. Weare, N. H., October 1, 1811 ; d. there December 12, 
1886). 

Mr. Tiffany was graduated from Yale in 1864, with the degree B. Ph., 
from the Sheffield Scientific School. While a student at Yale, the Civil 
War broke out and he was one of the first to leave his studies and volunteer 
for service in the Union army. He enlisted with the 7th New York, 
N. G., and spent the term of his enlistment with the regiment in and near 
Washington. Twice afterward he left college to go with his regiment when 
it was called out, serving each time the full period, yet he was graduated 
with his class. With the exception of a brief experience with mercantile 
business in New York, not having followed the profession of civil engi- 
neering, which he acquired at college, he has devoted his active life to 
attending to the large property interests of his family, particularly in the 
development of unimproved land surrounding the homestead, now in a 
thickly-settled portion of the city. He has thus taken a conspicuous part 
in opening the real-estate market north of the Harlem River, erecting build- 
ings, and acting as trustee and executor of several estates. He has also 
been greatly interested in marine architecture, studying the subject for 
several years. He put his theories to proof in his yacht "Ventura," 
which he built in 1890 on the Bronx River, the scene of his childish nauti- 
cal adventures. The yacht was seventy-five feet over all, and bore a close 
similarity to the principles of construction now adopted in building the 
most successful yachts. Mr. Tiffany lives in the Fox Homestead, the ninth 
in descent from one of the original patentees of the tract included in "Ye 
West Farms of the Borough town of Westchester," conveyed to his 
ancestors in 1661. He is a member of the Yale Club, the New York 
Yacht Club and the North Side Board of Trade. 

children. 
96. I William W. Fox, b. Fox Homestead, N. V., September 18, 1866; d. Febra- 
try 23, 1867. 

96. it George Fox, b. Fox Homestead, N. Y., June 10, 1867 ; unmarried and live* 

at the Fox homestead. 

97. iii. Edith, b. Weare, N. H., June 26, 1873 ; m. Frederick R. Lord. They ha?« 

116 Caroline Chase Tiffany, b. February 24, 1900. 
Marie, b. Weare, N. H„ August 6, 1875 ; d. April 3, 1877. 
Isabel Perry, b. Weare, N. H., May 18, 1878 ; unmarried. 
Harry, b. Fox Homestead, N. V., January 20, 1881 ; d. the same day. 



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42. LOUISA TIFFANY (33 Lyman, 30 James, 22 James, 5 James, 
2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Boston, Mass., July 15, 1835, Dr. 
Henry Dyer (b. Boston, Mass., April 21, 1804 ; d. New York, September 
21, 1891), son of Ezra Dyer (b. Weymouth, Mass., November 11, 1776 ; 
d. Framingham, Mass., January 28, 1870) and Ruth Ann Jennings (b. 
1779; d. Boston, Mass., October 5, 1845). 

Dr. Dyer was a graduate of Harvard in the class of 1826. After taking 
his degree as doctor of medicine, he practiced for thirty-five years in Bos- 
ton, then removed to New York and retired. He was a grandson of 
Lieutenant Asa Dyer, who enlisted in the Revolutionary War, receiving his 
commission from General Warren. The emigrant ancestor of the Dyers 
was William, who settled in Weymouth, Mass., in 1693. 

CHILDREN. 

101. i. Henry Lyman, b. Boston, Mass., May 28, 1836 ; m., in New York, April 17, 

1872, Mary Jones, dau. of George Jones of the New York Times and Sarah 
Morgan Gilbert. Mr. Dyer was on the editorial staff of the above journal 
for many years. Children : 117 Lyman Tiffany, b. New York, July 8, 
1873 j 118 George Jones, b. New York, November 21, 1876. 

102. IL Edward Tiffany, b. Boston, Mass., March 6, 1848 ; m., In New York, 

December 14, 1880, Edith La Bau (b. New York, April 16, 1854), dau. of 
Nicholas Bergasse La Bau (b. New York, July 29, 1822 ; d. there November 
1, 1873) and Mary Alisha Vanderbilt (b. New York, April 25, 1834) ; S. P. 
Mr. Dyer was in the wholesale commission business for many years, a mem- 
ber of the firm of Otherman, Dyer & Southwick. 

43. CAROLINE ELIZABETH TIFFANY (33 Lyman, 
80 James, 22 James, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in 
Boston, Mass., October 28, 1835, Ezra Cornish Dyer (b. Boston, Mass., 
June 14, 1802; d. Swampscott, Mass., August 11, 1876), a brother of 
Dr. Henry Dyer, who m. Louisa Tiffany. 

He was a member of the firm of Dyer & Blake, well-known importers 
of French and English goods. He was later in business by himself and 
imported East India goods. It is said that his father bought a home in 
the west end of Boston, in what was then known as Tucker's Pasture, and 
the family cow was pastured on land now a part of Boston Common. 

CHILDREN. 

103. I Ezra Dyer, M. D., b. Boston, October 17, 1836 ; d. Charleston Harbor, S. C, 

February 9, 1887 ; m., in Norwich, Conn., September 10, 1863, Lucy Murrell 
Kempton ( b. Philadelphia, Pa., July 30, 1839), dau. of James Coppack 
Kempton (b. Philadelphia, July 15, 1812 ; d. Ulster County, N. Y., August 
4, 1862) and Elizabeth Wain Smith (b. Philadelphia, June 1, 1821). Dr. 
Dyer was a graduate of Harvard. He studied medicine, took his degree, and, 
in 1858, was appointed house surgeon of the Massachusetts General Hospital. 
The following year he went abroad, studying in Dublin, Vienna, Berlin, Lon- 



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don, Pari*, and Utrecht Returning to America, he began practicing in 
Philadelphia, During the Civil War, he was in charge of the wards in the 
West Philadelphia Army Hospital. Before the American Opthamological 
Society, in 1865, he read a paper on "Asthenopia Not Connected with 
Hypermetropia," in which he proposed the system of ocular gymnastics, now 
known as " Dyerizing," extensively used in this country and abroad. He was 
subsequently appointed to the Wills' Eye Hospital. He acquired a large 
practice. In 1884, he invented the Perimeter. He was one of the founders 
of the American Opthamological Society. He practiced in Pittsburg, Pa., 
and in Newport, R. I. Child : 119 Ezra Francis Dyer, b. Philadelphia, 
Pa., July 20, 18G4. 

104. ii. Caroline Tiffany, b. Cambridge, January 6, 1858 ; m., in Cambridge, Mass., 

November 14, 1877, Rev. Joseph S. Swaim of Cambridge, Mass., son of Rev. 
Samuel Budd Swaim, D. D. (b. Pemberton, N. J., June 22, 1809 ; d. 
Cambridge, Mass., February 3, 18G5), and Aurora Drake Skinner (b, 
Windsor, Vt., October 12, 1817). Rev. Joseph S. Swaim is the grand* 
son of Hon. Thomas Swaim of Pemberton, N. J. He was graduated from 
Harvard in 1873, and from Newton Theological Seminary in 1877. Chil- 
dren : 120 Roger Dyer, b. Claremont, N. H., September 25, 1879 ; 121 Lov- 
ing Tiffany, b. Claremont, N. H., December 11, 1882 ; 122 Stanley Budd, 
b. Providence, R. I., January 20, 1885. 

34. BELA TIFFANY (30 James, 22 James, 6 James, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married, in Oxford, Mass., February 28, 1812, Deborah 
Turner (b. Oxford, Mass., July 5, 1765; d. Southbridge, Mass., April 16, 
1839), dau. of Joshua Turner (b. Scituate, Mass., August 31, 1747; d. 
Oxford, Mass., March 18, 1831) and Eunice James (b. Scituate, Mass., 
March 3, 1747 ; d. Oxford, Mass., December 9, 1825). 

His first business enterprise was with Samuel Slater in Pawtucket, R. I., 
where he was superintendent of the first mill in this country in which 
cotton was spun by water power. Later, he had an interest with Mr. Slater 
in a mill for making cotton cloth, building the mill for Mr. Slater in a part 
of Webster. He afterward sold his interest in the mill to Mr. Slater, and 
with the proceeds established the commission house of Tiffany, Wyman & 
Co. of Baltimore, in 1821. The same year he sold out his interest in the 
Baltimore firm, which was continued under the old name. In the same 
year, 1821, he established the house of B. Tiffany & Co. in New York, 
which was changed, in 1829, to Tiffany, Hutchinson & Anderson. In 
1833, Mr. Tiffany retired from business and went to Southbridge, where 
he built a home and spent the rest of his life. 

CHILDREN. 

105. i. Samuel Slater, b. Oxford, Mass., November 30, 1813 ; d. Newark, N. J., 

February 19, 1895. 

106. ii. Nancy Howe, b. Oxford, Mass., April 30, 1815; m , in Southbridge, Mass., 

September 2, 1840, Franklin H. Cutting (b. Windsor, Vt, May 27, 1809; 



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d. Westport, N. Y., October 10, 1868), ton of Sewall Cutting (b. Berlin, 
Mill, August 16, 1776 ; d. Westport, N. Y., April 5, 1834) and Mary 
Hunter (b. Windsor, Vt., February 27, 1788 ; d. Westport, N. Y., August 
1, 1840). Children : 123 Annie, b. South bridge, Mass., July 4, 1845 ; m., 
in New York, March 31, 1869, James Betts Metcalf (b. New York, May 13, 
1843), son of James Whiting Metcalf (b. New York, October 28, 1815 ; d. 
Westneld, Mass., August 14, 1856) and Maria Caroline Betts (b. Ncwburgh, 
N. Y., August 15, 1818); had (a) Mabel, b. New York, November 24, 1870 ; 
(b) Bryce, b. New York, December 10, 1874 ; 124 Mary Hunter, b. West- 
port, N. Y., October 28, 1848 ; m., in New York, October 18, 1880, Ger- 
hard Heinrich Ludwig Beste (b. Bremen, Germany, April 24, 1834), son of 
Gottlieb Heinrich Beste and Henrietta Dorothea Antoinette Beste of Ger- 
many \ had (a) Hildegarde, b. New York, October 10, 1881 ; (b) Mary Cut- 
ting, b. New York, October 6, 1863; (c) Henry Cutting, b. Summit, N. J., 
September 10, 1685. 
107* HU Luvan Turner, b. Oxford, Mass. ; d. Havana, Cuba ; m., in Southbridge, 
Mass., Martin Otis Walker (b. Middlebury, Vt., June 9, 1809; d. Chicago, 
111., May 28, 1874), son of Samuel Beach Walker (b. December 17, 1784; 
d. October 16, 1843) and Patty Bent (b. August 19, 1784 ; d. August 7, 
1857). Children : 125 Edward Stowe, b. Troy, N. Y., September 11, 1854 j 
m., first, in Boulder, Colo., June 1, 1881, Alice May Benedict (b. Spring 
Arbor, Mich., May 8, 1859; d. Boulder, Colo., August 8, 1885), dau. of 
George Benedict and Mary E. Waldron ; m., second, in Kansas City, Mo., 
July 11, 1888, Ella Cornelia Proctor (b. Hastings, Mich., July 15, 1856), 
dau. of Adonijah Howe Proctor and Mary M. Cox ; had, by first wife, (a) 
Alice Laura, b. July 3, 1885 ; d. August 16, 1885 ; (b) Martin Otis, b. and 
d. in childhood ; 126 Samuel Otis, b. Chicago, 111., December 22, 1852 ; m., 
in Chicago, April 21, 1875, Carrie McNiel (b. New York, April 24, 1855), 
dau. of James McNiel and Sarah Burlingame ; had (a) Sarah Turner, b. 
Chicago, February 9, 1876 ; (b) Caroline Stowe, b. and d. in childhood. 

108. iv. Caroline, m. Lafayette Stowe of Eufaula, Ala.; both d. S. P. 

109. v. Dexter, b. New York, November 30, 1825 ; d. New York, February 3, 1873. 



105. SAMUEL SLATER TIFFANY (34 Bela, 30 James, 
22 James, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in New York, 
October 24, 1842, Isabella Eliza Mead (b. New York, April 10, 1815), 
dau. of Rev. Dr. William Cooper Mead, rector of St. Paul's, Norwalk, 
Conn. , and Eliza Baxter. 

As a boy, Mr. Tiffany began his business career in the commission 
house of Tiffany, Hutchinson & Anderson, in 1829. In 1835, the firm was 
dissolved and Mr. Tiffany formed a partnership with William H. Green- 
hough, conducting a commission business under the firm name of Green- 
hough & Tiffany, until 1837, when the firm was dissolved. Mr. Tiffany 
continued in the commission business successfully for a number of years, 
and later became manager of the Merrimac Print Works of Lowell, Mass., 
continuing in this capacity from 18G3 to 1866, when he resigned to take 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA, 15 

charge of the New Oriental Print Works, later retiring from business with 
a moderate fortune. 

CHILDREN. 

127. 1. Isabella, b. August 24, 1843 ; unmarried. 

128. ii. Samuel, b. Hartford, February 26 ; d. February 28, 1845. 

129. iii. Eleanor Banker, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., July 12, 1840 ; m., In Newark, N. J., 

May 18,. 1869, Eugene Vanderpool (b. Newark, N. J., September 2, 1844), 
son of Beach Vanderpool and Susan Chambers Fisher. Children : 147 Mary 
Isabella, b. April 11, 1870; 148 Loraine Eleanor, b. August 5, 1872; 
149 Beach Wynant, b. April 25, 1874 ; d. January 6, 1875. 

130. iv. Loraine, b. June 14, 1848 ; m. in Newark, N. J., May 13, 1869, Shellraan 

B. Stewart (d. April, 1899). Children : (a) William Henry, b. New York, 
April 4, 1870 j (b) Shcllman, b. New York, 1872; d. in infancy ; (c) Caro- 
line Alexander, b. New York, April 23, 1875 ; d. November, 27, 1899 ; (d) 
.- Shellman Tiffany, b. New York, March, 1877 ; two daughters, b. in 
Montclair, N. J., d. in infancy. 

131. r. Jane Mead, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., September 3, 1850 ; m., in Newark, N. J., 

October 15, 1874, Thomas Alrich Porter (b. Wilmington, Del., February 
28, 1843; d. Philadelphia, Pa., August 24, 1885), son of Peter Brynberg 
Porter and Elizabeth Deacon Alrich. Child : 150 Harold Brynberg Tif- 
fany, b. Philadelphia, Pa., November 11, 1875. 

132. vi Caroline Stowe, b. Greenwich, Conn., January 9, 1855; d. Newark, N. J., 

November, 1874; m., in Newark, N. J., October, 1874, Florian Alexan- 
der, Ph. D. ; S. P. 

109. DEXTER TIFFANY (34 Bela, 30 James, 22 James, 
5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in New York, Novem- 
ber 22, 1853, Maria Louisa Tweedy (b. New York, November 10, 1832; 
d. there, November 8, 1858), dau. of Oliver Burr Tweedy (b. Danbury, 
Conn., August 10, 1806) and Maria Lord (b. New York, September 8, 
1813; d. Plainfield, N. J., November 4, 1883); m., second, in New York, 
June 5, 1862, the sister of his first wife, Elizabeth Tweedy (b. New York, 
June 8, 1835). 

Mr. Tiffany was a prominent business man of New York City. 

CHILD BY FIRST WIFE. 

133. L Dexter Oliver, b. New York, October 10, 1854; unmarried. Waa en- 

gaged in business first in New York, then in Richmond, Va., and now 
lives in Plainfield, N. J. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

134. it Maria Louisa, b. Irvington-on-Hudson, N. Y., August 15, 1864 ; m., in 

Plainfield, N. J., September 21, 1887, Dr. William Haughton Murray (b. 
South Danvers, Mass., May 13, 1858), son of James Ormsbee Murray (b. 
Camden, N. J., November 27, 1827) and Juliet Richards Haughton (b. 
Boston, Mass., October 15, 1835). Dr. Murray is a B. S., Princeton Uni- 



186. 


i. 


137. 


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138. 


iii. 


139. 


iv. 


140. 


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141. 


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15 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

versity, June, 1878 ; an M. D., College of physicians and surgeon* New York, 
May 1881. Child i 151 James Ormsbee, b. Plain field, N. J., July 81, 1892; 

185. ill Howe, b. Irvington-on- Hudson, N. Y., October 6, 1866; d. there March 21, 
1867. 

5. LUCY TIFFANY (30 James, 22 James, 5 James, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey.) Married the widower Oliver Wales (b. Wales, Mass., 
August 8, 1779; d. Laporte, Ind., September 26, 1855; his first wife was 
Lydia Turner), son of Oliver Wales (b. 1744, at Union, Conn.; d. Wales, 
Mass., March 23, 1816) and Elizabeth Lawrence. 

children. 

(All born in Wales, Mass.) 

Evelekn Amelia, b. May 4, 1816. 

James Lawrence, 1>. December 27, 1817 ; m. Miss Stewart. 

Lyman Tiffany, b. November 22, 1819 ; d. July 4, 1848 ; unmarried. 

Luvan Tiffany, b. May 15, 1822 ; d. February 10, 1823. 

William Harrison, b. November 25, 1823 ; d. February 5, 1889. 

Salem Howe, b. October 4, 1825 ; m., in Easton, Conn., February 12, 1851, 
Frances Elizabeth Johnson (b. Easton, Conn., July 1, 1832), dau. of James 
D. Johnson (b. October, 1805 ; d. August 20, 1863) and Mary Jane Kinney 
(b. October 13, 1811 ; d. March 2, 1852). Salem Howe Wales, son of 
Captain Oliver Wales and Lucy Tiffany, descends from Puritan ancestry, his 
forefathers emigrating to Boston with Richard Mather in 1635. After a 
brief mercantile experience, Mr. Wales bought an interest in the Scientific 
American, forming a partnership with O. D. Munn in the publication of that 
journal, then in its infancy. For twenty-three years Mr. Wales was its manag- 
ing editor. In 1855, he was appointed by Governor Horatio Seymour com- 
missioner for the State of New York to the I'aris Exposition. During the 
Civil War he was an active member of the executive committee of the Chris* 
tian Commission. In 1867, he revisited Europe, attending the Paris Ex* 
position and traveling extensively in Great Britain and on the continent. 
Mayor Havemeycr of New York appointed him commissioner of the Depart- 
ment of Public Parks, of which he was chosen president. In 1874, he re- 
signed the office, returned to Europe, and, coming back in the autumn, he was 
unanimously nominated Republican candidate for mayor of New York. On 
the death of Mayor Havemeyer, in December, 1874, Acting Mayor Vance 
appointed Mr. Wales a commissioner of the Department of Docks, of which 
he was elected president. In 1879, he was appointed by Mayor Edward 
Cooper commissioner of parks, serving a full five-year term and a part of the 
time being president of the commission. He was a delegate to the Repub- 
lican national convention in 1872, was a presidential elector on the Grant 
and Wilson ticket, and was also a delegate to the national convention in 
1876. He was one of the founders of the New York Homeopathic Medical 
College and Hahnemann Hospital, and for several years was president of 
both institutions. He was a charter member of the Union League Club, has 
been vice president and chairman of the executive committee. He was one 
of the founders of the Metropolitan Museum of Art; has been a trustee, 




SALEM HOWE WALES. 
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THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 17 

member of the executive committee and treasurer of the corporation. In 
1896, Mayor Strong appointed him one of the commissioners to build the 
new East River bridge from New York to Brooklyn. Children : 152 Clara 
Frances, b. October 24, 1853 ; m., in New York, January 8, 1878, Hon. 
Elihu Root ; 153 Edward Howe, b. May 28, 1856 ; m„ in Providence, R. L, 
December 17, 1885, Ruth Hawkes. 
142. viu Samuel Brown, b. September 10, 1828. 

37. MARY TIFFANY (30 James, 22 James, 5 James, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married Orin Wales (b. Wales, November 20, 1793), son 
of Oliver Wales and his second wife, Martha Hyde. 







, CHILDREN. 


154. 


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Nancy Tiffany. 


155. 


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Dexter Tiffany. 


156. 


iii. 


Oliver Henry. 


157. 


iv. 


James Riley. 


158. 


r. 


Catherine, m. Joseph E. Cabot 



6. SAMUEL (2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, February 11, 
1731, Mary Richardson (d. Attleboro, Mass., December 30, 1772). 

children. 

159. i. Daniel, b. Attleboro, Mass., May 8, 1736. 

160. ii. Samuel, b. Attleboro, Mass., July 10, 1739; m., in Norton, Mass., June), 

1769, Hannah Balcom. Children : b. Attleboro, Mass., 168 Nancy, b. 
November 23, 1769 ; 169 Polly, b. May 20, 1777. 

159. DANIEL (6 Samuel, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, Feb- 
ruary 13, 1762, Mary Balcom (d. January 15, 1815). 

children. 

(All born in Attleboro, Mass.) 

161. L Bathsmeba, b. July 6, 1762 ; m., October 22, 1786, Benjamin Lindley of 

Kehobotli, Mass. 
Esther, b. October 24, 1763 ; m., April 9, 1797, Samuel Carpenter. 
Daniel, b. June 25, 1765 ; m., August 9, 1801, Margaret Perry of Rehoboth, 

Mass. 
Sarah, b. June 25, 1765. 
Charlotte, b. February 4, 1767. 
vi. Chloe, b. April 22, 1770. 

Benjamin, b. July 22, 1773 ; d. November 5, 1795. 



162. 


ii. 


163. 


iii. 


164. 


iv. 


165. 


v. 


166. 


vi. 


167. 


vii. 



18 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



BENJAMIN TIFFANY BRANCH. 

7. BENJAMIN (2 James, 1 Humphrey). Born in Attleboro, 
Mass.; m. Elizabeth, surname unknown. 

Bought land in Warwick, R. I., January 23, 1737. In 1741, the town 
of Coventry was set off from Warwick and he became thereafter a resi- 
dent of Coventry. He was made a freeman of the colony by the colonial 
legislature at Newport, May 2, 1738. He left Attleboro about 1734-35, 
and, tradition states, "went south." This is supposed to mean that he 
went south to the town line of East Greenwich and Warwick, a distance 
of twenty-seven miles, and settled there. 

CHILDREN. 

170. i. Stephen, b. East Greenwich, R. L, September 39, 1735; was unmarried. 

Said to have died leaving considerable property. 

171. ii. James, b. East Greenwich, R. I., December 26, 1737; d. unmarried. 

173. Hi. Thomas, b. Warwick, R. I„ February 3, 1739 ; d. Griawold, Conn., Febru- 
ary 23, 1820. 

173. iv. Assa, b. about 1743 ; m., in Coventry, August 21, 1763, Jonathan Tibbetts (b. 

May 6, 1745). 

174. r. Benjamin, b. 1746; d. Cambridge, New York, April 12, 1801. Moved 

from Coventry to Cambridge in 1770, was a second lieutenant in the 16th 
New York* Regiment, which was raised at Cambridge during the Revolu- 
tionary War. 

172. THOMAS (7 Benjamin, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, 
January 2, 1763, Waite (b. 1739-40; d. at Griswold, Conn., March 23, 
1820), dau. of Captain Josiah and Elizabeth Vaughan Arnold. 

children. 

(All born at Warwick.) 

JAMES, b. March 24, 1763 ; d. October 4, 1848. 

Elizabeth, b. March 15, 1766 ; d. October 23, 1799. , / 

Benjamin, b. August 25, 1767. Removed to Otsego County, New York, ^ 

about 1790. 
178. iv. Lucv, b. September 3, 1769 ; d., in Providence R. L, September 11, 1853 ; 

m., March 26, 1795, Captain Seth Burke of Warwick (b. October 29, 1764; 

d. at Providence, April 18, 1855). 
Jonathan, b. September 19, 1772. 
Deliverance, b. March 17, 1774. 
Stephen, b. October 29, 1780 ; m., February 22, 1810, Lydia, dau. of 

George Andrews of Coventry. Removed to Griswold, Conn. 
182. viii. Daniel, b. May 23, 1784. 



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176. 


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177. 


iii. 



179. 


v. 


180. 


vi. 


181. 


vii. 



183. 


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184. 


ii. 


185. 


Hi. 


186. 


iv. 


187. 


T. 


188. 


vi. 


189. 


viL 


190. 


viii. 


191. 


ix. 


192. 


X. 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 19 

175. JAMES (172 Thomas, 7 Benjamin, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married Elizabeth Card (b. January 16, 1770 ; d. at Warwick, November 
6, 1859), dau. of Joseph Card of East Greenwich. 

CHILDREN. 
John, b. October 7, 1789 ; A February 27, 1883. 
William, b. October 8, 1791 ; A September 14, 1823. 
Susan, b. November 17, 1793 ; A January 26, 1891. 
Mary, b. November 10, 1795 ; A 1846. 
Eliza, b. March 13, 1797. 

Welthan, b. April 16, 1801 ; A January 8, 1890. 
Arnold, b. April 7, 1804 ; A February 16, 1824. 
Harriet B., b. January 31, 1806; A December 25, 1893. 
Julia A., b. April 25, 1811. 
Catherine M., b. April 1, 1815 ; A May 16, 1889. 

179. JONATHAN (172 Thomas, 7 Benjamin, 2 James, 1 Hum- 
phrey). Married. Name of wife not known. 

CHILDREN. 

Ann. 

Jonathan J. 
Kennicut. 
Amy. 

Henry Walter Hale, b. December 18, 1818 ; A, dat« of death unknown. 
Mary Louisa. 
Also had four other children, who died in infancy. 

183. JOHN (175 James, 172 Thomas, 7 Benjamin, 2 James, 1 Hum- 
phrey). Married Olive Sheldon Potter. 

children. 
PENELors Sheldon, b. November 16, 1818 ; d. April 18, 1895. 
Mary Potter, b. September 22, 1820 ; A, December 27, 1896. 
Elizabeth Arnold, b. January 6, 1826 ; A August 10, 1853. 
William, b. February 22, 1828. 
James, b. December 26, 1829. 
Edward Potter, b. October 18, 1834. 

174. BENJAMIN (7 Benjamin, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, 
November 6, 1768, Mary Olin (b. March 15, 1742; d. at Cambridge, 
N. Y., February, 1812), dau. of Henry Olin of East Greenwich. 

children. 

(All born in Cambridge.) 

205. i. Stephen, b. May 6, 1771 ; d. at Pompey, Onondaga County, N. Y., March SI, 

1813. 

206. ii. Henry (1), b. 1773 ; A at Cambridge, October 80, 1777. 



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194. 


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195. 


iii. 


196. 


iv. 


197. 


r. 


198. 


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199. 


i. 


200. 


ii. 


201. 


iii. 


202. 


iv. 


203. 


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204. 


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907. 


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308. 


Ir. 


309. 


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20 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

Sarah, b. 1776 ; d. at Cambridge, October 3, 1777. 

Henry (3), b. January 13, 1779 ; d, at Pompey, December 39, 1848. Waa 

called Colonel. 
Benjamin, b. 1781 ; d. at Cambridge, May 39, 1801. 
Mary, b. April 13, 1783 ; d. at White Creek, N. Y., February 18, 1834 ; m., 

March 1, 1798, Ebenezer Wright. 

205. STEPHEN (174 Benjamin, 7 Benjamin, 2 James, 1 Hum- 
phrey). Married, January 6, 1791, Mercy Hodges of Cambridge (b. 
October 10, 1772; d. September 6, 1845). 

After the death of her first husband, she married Gideon Olin (Chris- 
tian name not certain). He was the father of Justin Olin of Pike. They 
afterwards separated, and he removed to Pike. Stephen Tiffany, with 
his brother, Colonel Henry Tiffany, moved from Cambridge, N. Y., to 
Jamesville, Onondaga County, N. Y., in 1795, and finally settled in Pom- 
pey. Stephen was a prominent man in the county, was elected sheriff and 
held the office for several years. 

children. 
811. i. Sally, b. October 6, 1792, at Cambridge; m. Ephraim Bond of Albany. 
Had (a) Ephraim, b. December 4, 1811, at Pompey, and (b) Stephen T., 
b. at Salina ; d. in infancy. 
213. ii. Jacob, b. August 21, 1794, at Cambridge ; d. September, 1833. 

213. iii. David, b. April 21, 1796, at Pompey; d., December 21, 1875. 

214. iv. Pollv, b. March 1, 1798, at Pompey ; m., December, 1819, Justin Olin of 

Pike, Allegany County, N. Y. Children : 274 Benjamin, b. 1820 ; 
275 Christopher, b. 1822 ; 276 Hehm, b. 1824 ; 277 Adeline, b. 1826 ; 
277^ Franklin, b. 1830; 278 Mary, b. 1832 ; 279 Mercy, b. 1834 ; 280 J. 
Dwinnell, b. 1840. 

315. v. Benjamin Franklin, b. December 6, 1800, at Pompey; d. at Buffalo, Au- 

gust, 1835. 

316. vi. Zerviah, b. November 0, 1803 ; d. at Pompey, May, 1823. 

217. vli. Hiram, b. April 29, 1804 ; d. at Pike, N. Y., October, 1857. 

218. vili. Diana, b. August 2, 1806 ; m. October 27, 1825, Timothy Coleman (b. 

October 26, 1798). Children : 281 Caroline J., b. September 2, 1826 ; 
282 Elizabeth A., b. July 26, 1831 ; 283 Timothy, b. February 13, 1839; 
284 Stephen, b. July 28, 1842. 

219. ix. LUNA, b. December 21, 1809 ; ra. October, 1827, Solomon Mowrey. Chil- 

dren : 285 Helen T., b. 1828 ; 286 Julia M., b. 1831 ; 287 Albert, b. 1838 ; 
288 Emily A., b. 1843 ; 289 Cornelia E., b. 1847 ; 290 Charles, b. 1849. 
230. x. Helim Washington, b. February 28, 1812 ; d. November 13, 1849. 

212. JACOB (205 Stephen, 174 Benjamin, 7 Benjamin, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married, 1812, Mercy Mowrey of Pompey. 

CHILDREN. 
321. i. Mowrey, b. March 7, 1813 ; m. Myrtilla Hibbard. 

222. ii. Eveline, b. February 11, 1816 ; d. August 13, 1851 ; m., February 19, 1839, 

Wright Dwinnell. Children : 291 William, 292 Adelia, 293 Frances. 

223. iii. LuctEN B., b. 1820; d. Jackson, Mich., 1861. 



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THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 21 

213. DAVID (205 Stephen, 174 Benjamin, 7 Benjamin, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married, first, 1815, Anna Eldridge of Pompey (b. 
1794; d. September 13, 1832, in Pompey) ; m., second, 1834, Charlotte 
Dwinnell of Pompey. 

children by first wife. 

224. L Stephen, b. December 12, 1815, in Pike ; m., September 24, 1833, Esther 

Cooke. Removed to Dansville, N. Y. 

225. ii. Polly, b. October, 1816, in Pompey ; m., October 22, 1836, John Stevens of 

Fabius, N. Y. Removed to Jefferson, O. ; had one son, 294 William Henry. 

226. Hi. Henry (1), b. September 19, 1819 ; d. Jackson, Mich., November 28, 1858. 

227. iv. Tirzah, b. December, 1822 ; d. March, 1896 ; m., November, 1844, James 

Van Brocklyn of Pompey. Children : 295 Mary, 296 Julia, 297 William, 
298 James, 299 Charles, 299a Frank. 

228. v. Mercy, b. February 29, 1824; m., October 13, 1841, Egbert Avery of 

Manlius, N. Y. Children : 300 Augusta, 301 Ida, 302 Eva, 303 Egbert. 

229. vi. Achsah (1), b. June, 1826; d. May 22, 1844; m., January, 1843, William 

H. Wilcox of Pompey. 

230. vii. Catherine, b. 1828 ; d. 1830, in Pompey. 

231. viii. Andrew J., b. April 12, 1831 ; d. May 20, 1897, in Syracuse. 

children by second wife. 

232. is. David, b. January 23, 1836 ; d. July 31, 1883, in Syracuse ; m., December 

29, 1858, Fanny E. Hodgson. Children : (a) Arthur, b. February 9, 1861 ; 
d. March 8, 1863 ; (b) Albert, b. January 28, 1863 ; d. April 7, 1881 ; (c) 
Florence, b. June 27, 1867; m. William Lyon of Howell, Mich.; (d) 
Grace, b. September 29, 1882. 

233. x. Anna Maria, b. 1836 ; d. in infancy. 

234. xi. Martha J., b. October 26, 1837; m., February 15, 1853, Jerome Wilber 

of Jamesville. Removed to Howell, Mich. Children : (a) Harriet A., 
b. November 8, 1856; m. E. K. Johnson of Pompey, N. Y.; (b) Frances 
Emma, b. November 7, 1861 ; m. George H. Chapel of Toledo, O. ; (c) 
John Edson, b. May 15, 1869 ; m. Lucy Ladd of Plymouth, Mich. 

235. xii. Okra A., b. September 12, 1839; d. in Pompey, June 10, 1855; m., Feb- 

ruary 14, 1854, Bradley Knapp of Pompey. 

236. xiii. Luna R., b. 1812; m., August, 18G0, Peter Houghtaling of Pompey. 

237. xiv. Caroline E., b. August 14, 1845; d. September 6, 1865; m., November 

9, 18G1, Spencer Noakes of Syracuse. 

238. xv. Achsah (2), b. 1846; d. in infancy. 

239. xvi. H. Leonard, b. November 24, 1847; d. July 24, 1865, from disease 

contracted in Libby Prison during the Civil War. 

240. xvil Diana Adelle, b. April 24, 1851 ; m., November 30, 1869, John P. 

Blumer of Syracuse. 

241. xviii. Franklin P., b. September 13, 1853; m., December 26, 1894, Christina 

Harding. Removed to Dakota. Children : (a) Henry Harding, b. August 
24, 1896; d. March 29, 1900; (b) Esther Elizabeth, b. October 29, 
1897 ; (c) Du Grange H., b. June 3, 1899. 

242. xix. Homer E., b. May 21, 1856 ; m., June, 1880, Florence Silver. Removed to 

Syracuse. 



22 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

849. xx. Hknry (2), b. December 2, 1868, in Lafayette, N. Y.; on., June 8, 1886, 
Helen F. Hunt (b. September 19, 1864). Children : (a) Frank David, 
b. December 13, 1887; (b) Leonard Edmund, b. October 11, 1893. 

220. HENRY (213 David, 205 Stephen, 174 Benjamin, 7 Ben- 
jamin, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, February 18, 1843, Myra Barnes 
Stanton, dau. of Nehemiah Palmer Stanton of Syracuse. 

CHILD. 
304 Henry S., b. Syracuse, N. Y., January 9, 1845. Removed to Chicago; m. Mary 
Isabella Culton ; had, 304a Harry Culton, b. March .8, 1872 ; d. Los Angeles, 
Cal., June 16, 1893. Henry Tiffany and Myra Barnes Stanton Tiffany had three 
other children, who died in infancy. Henry S. Tiffany is a recognized authority on 
insurance matters, and is the author of several fire insurance books in general use and 
considered standard authorities by insurance men. He is an active Mason, took hia^ 
degree in New York, and was knighted in Apollo Commandery No. 1, Knights 
Templar of Chicago. He was for years an officer of this commandery, and served 
several terms as its eminent commander. 

231. ANDREW J. (213 David, 205 Stephen, 174 Benjamin, 
7 Benjamin, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, December 29, 1853, Hester 
Anderson (b. December 3, 1834), dau. of John Anderson of La Fayette, 
N. Y. 

"' *• CHILDREN. 

944. i. Carrie, b. January 25, 1855. Unmarried. Lives in Syracuse. 

245. ii. Charles, b. April 2, 1857. Removed to Chicago. 

215. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (205 Stephen, 174 Benjamin, 
7 Benjamin, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, 1819, Susan Reynolds of 
Cherry Valley (b. October 8, 1800; d. Gainesville, N. Y., December 13 
1881). 

Shortly after his marriage, Benjamin Tiffany and his wife moved to 
what was then the wilderness of Western New York, and settled in what is 
now the town of Eagle, Wyoming County. He was a farmer, a school 
teacher, and justice of the peace. He was also major in the militia, and 
was postmaster of the town. After a few years he went to Buffalo, where 
he engaged in the real estate business with his cousin, Ephraim Bond (see 
211). He died of cholera. 

CHILDREN. 
Mercy, b. June 24, 1821 ; d. in infancy. 
Susan R., b. December 10, 1822 ; d. in California ; m. James Reynolds. 

Children : (a) Wells, (b) Florence, (c) Wallace, (d) James. 
Diana, b. March 26, 1825 ; d. in infancy. 
Nykum Reynolds, b. September 15, 1826 ; d. La Crosse, Wis., September 

20, 1894. 
Homer, b. October 3, 1830. Lives in San Francisco, California. 
Sarah, b. January 27, 1833; d. Gainesville, N. Y., August 18, 1865; m. 

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248. NYRUM REYNOLDS (215 Benjamin F., 205 Stephen, 
174 Benjamin, 7 Benjamin, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, June 10, 
1858, Mary D. Gile of Gainesville, N. Y. (b. February 15, 1831). 

Mr. Tiffany held a number of town offices, serving on the board of 
supervisors for several years. He was widely known and highly respected. 
He lived in Gainesville until 1891, when he removed to La Crosse, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 
247a. i. Frank Gile, b. June 18, 1859. 
248a. ii. Fred Manly, b. June 9, 18C2 ; d. March 13, 1863. 
249a. iii. Edwin Wells, b. November 23, 1863. 
250a. iv. Maud May, b. July 16, 1870 ; d. March 9, 1872. 

247a. FRANK GILE (248 Nyrum R., 215 Benjamin F., 205 
Stephen, 174 Benjamin, 7 Benjamin, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, 
in Rusk, Wis., September 5, 1883, Emily M. Moves (b. August 17, 1860). 

Mr. Tiffany was graduated from Cornell University, class of 1880, and 
went to Wisconsin the following autumn. In 1883 he went into the lum- 
ber business, in the employ of Abner Gile, a maternal uncle, one of the 
wealthy and prominent lumbermen of the State. He has been for many 
years secretary of the Island Mill Lumber Company, and an officer of 
other allied corporations. 

child. 
247b. Earle Edwin, b. October 9, 1887. 

249a. EDWIN WELLS (248 Nyrum R., 215 Benjamin F., 205 
Stephen, 174 Benjamin, 7 Benjamin, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, 
October 29, 1891, Elizabeth A. Preston (b. May 25, 1869). 

Mr. Tiffany was educated at the Normal School, Geneseo, N. Y., and 
went to Minnesota in 1884, where he, for several years, held responsible 
railroad positions. He then went into the lumber business, in which he is 
now engaged at Thornton, Iowa. He is a prominent Mason. 

children. 
249b. i. Frank Gile, b. September 20, 1892. 
249c. ii. Marion Elizabeth, b. December 4, 1894. 
249d. iii. Edwin Preston, b. August 14, 1896. 
249E. iv. Ruth, b. June 2, 1899. 

217. HIRAM (205 Stephen, 174 Benjamin, 7 Benjamin, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married, January 12, 1826, Charlotte Hanchette of Pom- 
pey (b. April 14, 1807). 

CHILDREN. 
251. L Marcus D., b. in Pompey, March 8, 1828 ; d. in Pike, December 5, 1868 ; m 
Perlietta Thomas, 



24 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

252. II. Mary M., b. April 25, 1830, in Pike ; m. Charles Murray. 
263. lit Martin J., b. April 1, 1833 ; d. in Pike, October 25, 1858. 

254. iv. Martha A., b. August 15, 1835 ; d. in Pike, January 6, 1862 ; m. Kenneston 

(Christian name not known). 

220. HELIM W. (205 Stephen, 174 Benjamin, 7 Benjamin, 2 
James, 1 Humphrey). Married, November 22, 1831, in Lafayette, N. Y., 
Anna E. Clute (b. June 14, 1810), dau. of James (Jacobus) Clute of 
Watervliet, N. Y., and later of Half Moon, Saratoga County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

255. i. Susan Ellinda, b. September 22, 1833, in Lafayette, N. Y.; m., October 22, 

1855, Dr. James T. Burdick of Ithaca (b. Washington, D. C, March 29, 
1831). Removed to Brooklyn. Children : 305 Harry Cheney, b. October 
10, 1857, in McCrawville, Cortland County, N. Y/ ; 306 Irving, b. June 30, 
1859, New York City ; 307 Anne, b. August 22, 1862, in Brooklyn. 

256. ii. Charles Hiram A., b. May 18, 1835, in Scott, N. Y. Removed to Pater- 

son, N. J. 

257. Hi. Mercy Elizabeth, b. April 17, 1837, in Buffalo, N. Y.; <L February 21, 

1884, in Elizabeth, N. J.; m., April 6, 1862, Henry Swift of Paterson, N. J. 
(b. September 6, 1832, Thornhill, Lees, Yorkshire, England). Removed to 
New York and then to St. Paul. Children: 308 Charles H., b. February 
6, 1863, in New York ; 309 Frederick Tiffany, b. March 31, 1865, in New 
York ; 310 Adelaide, b. April 31, 1867 ; d. May 2, 1870 ; 311 William, b. 
November 5, 1870. 

258. iv. James E., b. August 9, 1839, in Pompey ; d. July, 1881 ; m. Mary King of 

Springfield, Mass. Was drowned in Red River, Louisiana. S. P. 

259. v. Stephen, b. March 19, 1841 ; d. in infancy. 

260. vi. Mary Adelaide, b. August 13, 1846; m., January 30, 1866, David R. 

Downer of New York City and Elizabeth, N. J. Children : 312 Edith A., 
b. January 6, 1868, in Elizabeth; 313 Arthur T., b. July 30, 1870, in 
Elizabeth. 

208. HENRY (174 Benjamin, 7 Benjamin, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, January 8, 1798, Miriam Hodges of Cambridge (b. September 
24, 1779). 

CHILDREN. 

261. i. Susan, b. February 11, 1801, in Cambridge; d. March 26, 1863; m., Decem- 

ber 31, 1818, Darius Sweet of Pompey (d. May 16, 1864> Children : 314 
Mary, b. May 21, 1821 ; 315 Henry T., b. April 29, 1824 ; 316 Jeduthan, 
b. May 21, 1826 ; 317 Charlotte, b. June 25, 1830. 

262. ii. Achsah, b. January 8, 1803 ; d. in infancy. 

263. Hi. Mary, b. March 1, 1805; d., in Pompey, June 18, 1840; m., December 12, 

1820, Barney Boyd. Children : 318 Betsey, b. July 7, 1824 ; 319 Seymour, 
b. April 8, 1827 ; 320 Susan, b. June 13, 1840. 

264. iv. Betsey, b. June 21, 1811, in Pompey; m., May 6, 1828, Hiram Hoag of 

Pompey (d. August 14, 1802). Child : 321 Miriam, b. September 3, 1839. 




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965. t. Miriam, b. November 2, 1813, in Pompey ; d. September 24, 1833 ; m. 
Leander Greenleaf of Pompey. Children : 322 Watson, d. at age of 16 ; 
323 Minerva, b. 1838 ; 324 Maryette, b. 1843 ; 325 Edwin, b. 1844 ; 326 
Tiffany H., b. 1849. 

256. CHARLES H. A. (220 Helm W\, 205 Stephen, 174 Benja- 
min, 7 Benjamin, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, August 15, 
1861, Jennie Romaine of Paterson, N. J. (d. January 26, 1862); m., 
second, Josephine, dau. of Edward Ford of Paterson. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

266. I Raymond M., b. November 28, 1877. 

267. it Adelaide, b. July 4, 1885. 

268. iii. Evelyn, b. July 13, 1892. 

223. LUCIEN B. (212 Jacob, 205 Stephen, 174 Benjamin, 7 
Benjamin, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married Margaret Nutter. 

CHILDREN. 
266a. i. Mary. 
267a. it Lyman. 
268a. iii. Francis. 

269. iv. William. 

224. STEPHEN (213 David, 205 Stephen, 174 Benjamin, 7 Ben- 
jamin, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, September 24, 1833, Esther 
Cook. 

CHILDREN. 

270. i. Charles. 

271. ii. Edwin. 

272. iii Wesley. 

273. iv. Mary. 



20 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OP 



EBENEZER TIFFANY, BRANCH. 

23. EBENEZER TIFFANY (5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Born 1783 \ d. 1807; son of James Tiffany and Elizabeth Allen; he m., 
in Attleboro, Mass,, February 9, 1758, Mary Carpenter (b, Attleboro, 
Mass,, 1738; d. there, September 18, 1825). 

Ebenezer Tiffany remained on the Attleboro homestead, where he was 
born and where he died. The homestead was burned to the ground on 
January 24, 1875. He was a prominent man in that old town ; and in John 
Daggett's "Historical Sketch of Attleboro/' page 73, he is spoken 
of as a member of the committee of correspondence, inspection and 
safety. These committees, throughout New England, at that time, were 
composed of the most prominent men in the various towns, and provided 
for the carrying on of the Revolutionary War by raising the necessary 
men for the army, and by supplying the funds to pay them and to secure 
their equipment. Ebenezer Tiffany served on this committee throughout 
the war. A mention of him as head of the committee is made in Mr. 
Daggett's volume, dated March, 1778. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Attleboro, Mass. ) 
Comfort, b. October 24, 1768 ; d. June 2, 1759. 
William, b. June 1, 1760 ; d. November 2, 1789. 
Ebenezer, b. August 27, 1702 ; d. about 1846. 
Joseph, b. October 6, 1763 ; d. December 13, 1850. 
Otis, b. May 9, 1767 ; d. in Missouri. 

Content, b. February 10, 1770; d. in Attleboro, Mass., October 10, 1789 ; 
unmarried. 

333. vii. Philena, b. February 16, 1774; m., in Attleboro, Mass., December 22, 

1792, Samuel Newell of Attleboro. Children; 430 Samuel Newell, Jr.; 
431 Horatio ; 432 Abby, m. ; had (a) Charles, (b) Frank, (c) Abby. 

334. viii. Comport (2), b. February 14, 1777 ; d. in Brooklyn, N. Y., December 22, 

1843. 

335. ix. Molly, b. May 11, 1779; m., first, April 1, 1799, Jacob Cushman (d. 

November 14, 1802); m., second, Arman Read (d. September 21, 1822); 
m., third, September 21, 1829, Deacon Moses Thatcher. 

328. WILLIAM (23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married Betsey Swain. 

children. 
(All born in Attleboro.) 

336. t. Eunice Weld, b. February 3, 1788 ; d. September 17, 1823. 

337. iL William, b. 1760 ; d. November 2, 1789. 



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329. EBENEZER (23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, first, January 19, 1786, Cynthia Tingley (b. May 22, 1765 ; d. 
December 23, 1813); m., second, in 1818, Charlotte Bliss; m., third, 
Mary Balcom (widow of Timothy Balcom; d. at Pawtucket, R. I., April, 
1854). 

Ebenezer Tiffany lived in Pawtucket, where he engaged in business. 

children by first wife. 

338. L Louis Le Prelkte, b. Attleboro, Mass., December, 7, 1788 ; d. October 11, 
1812 ; unmarried. 

839. ii. Horace Tingley, b. Pawtucket, R. L, April 23, 1804; d. there, January 8, 
1830; m., May 7, 1825, Mary Ann Day (b. April 14, 1804; d. April 12, 
1854), dau. of Charles Day. In;i826-28, Mr. Tiffany was quartermaster of 
the Fayette Rifles. Child : 433 Louis Le Prelete, b. Pawtucket, R. L, 
February 14, 1826; d. Detroit, Mich., Septembers, 1864; m., in Detroit, 
May 31, 1852, Elizabeth Sarah Johnson (b. Oriskany, N. Y„ July 31, 1833), 
dau. of Augustus Snow Johnson (b. Cambridge, N. Y., February 20, 1799 ; 
d. Detroit, July 26, 1882) and Sarah Ann Noyes (b. Castleton, N. Y., De- 
cember 29, 1810 ; d. Detroit, September 29, 1868). Mr. Tiffany was taken to 
Detroit at the age of fourteen by Gov. Henry P. Baldwin ; was educated and put 
into business under the governor's direction. Harriet Day Baldwin, wife of 
the governor, was the boy's aunt. Mr. Tiffany was a member and vestry* 
man of St. John's Episcopal Church. After his death, Mrs. Tiffany married, 
in Detroit, April 22, 1871, Walter C. Habbin. Children (all born in Detroit): 
(a) Horace, b. February 3, 1853 ; d. January 7, 1855 ; (b) Emily C, b. June 
7, 1854; m., November 23, 1885, in Detroit, Charles C. Dresser (b. Clarks- 
ton, Mich., July 9, 1856), son of John Harvey Dresser (b. Dresservillc, N. 
Y., June 30, 1825; d. Clarkston, Mich., January 18, 1892) and Elizabeth 
C. Vliet (b. Oxford, N. J., February 28, 1828). Children : Amy Tiffany, b. 
Clarkston, Mich., April 27, 1887 ; Walcott Lewis, b. Clarkston, Michigan, 
May 10, 1894 ; (c) William Curtis Noyes, b. August 25, 1856 ; m., June 
27, 1888, in Greensville, Mich., Bertha Carrie Williams (b. Chicago, April 
6, 1866), dau. of Ephraim Schuyler Williams (b. Saginaw, Mich., Septem- 
ber 20, 1835) and Harriet Camp Beach (b. Goshen, Conn., February 15, 
1837). Children : Leo Williams, b. Detroit, August 30, 1889 ; d. May 17, 
1894 ; Walker Ephraim, b. Detroit, August 30, 1891 ; Doris Habbin, b. 
Detroit, October 23, 1892 ; Gladys, b. Clarkston, Mich., September 10, 1896; 
(d) Walcott Day, b. July 18, 1862. Mr. Tiffany has had a successful busi- 
ness career, and lives in Detroit with his mother, Mrs. Habbin. He is 
unmarried. 



330. CAPTAIN JOSEPH TIFFANY (23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 
2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Attleboro, March 23, 1790, Char- 
lotte Capron (b. December 27, 1764; d. January 30, 1842), dau. of 
Elisha Capron and Abigal Makepiece. 

Captain Tiffany lived and died at the old homestead in Attleboro. He 
was a prominent man of the town, and was captain of a military company. 



28 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

CHILDREN. 
840. L Osmond Catron, b. Attleboro, April 23, 1793; d. Baltimore, Md., June, 
1851. 

341. it Content, b. Attleboro, April 28, 1795 ; d. New York City, May 8, 1864 ; 

m., December 1, 1814, John A. Reed. Children : 434 John A. Reed ; also 
four daughters. 

342. iil. Comport, b. Attleboro, November 17, 1797 ; d. New York City, March 15, 

1879. 

343. iv. Joseih Albert, b. Attleboro, September 20, 1802 ; d. Attleboro, December 

27, 1808. 

340. OSMOND CAPRON (330 Joseph, 23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 
2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, 1822, Ann Checkley Shaw of Mans- 
field, Mass. (b. Marshfield, February 14, 1794; d. West Newton, Mass., 
January 8, 1888), dau. of Rev. William Shaw. 

In 1815, Osmond Capron Tiffany went to Baltimore, Md., where he 
engaged in business, became a prosperous merchant and accumulated a 
large fortune. He was interested in banking and did much to strengthen 
the banking policy of Maryland. He was one of the first interested in 
the introduction of cotton manufactures in Maryland, and was one of the 
founders of and principal contributors to the Athenaeum Library. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Baltimore, Md.) 
Osmond, b. July 16, 1823 ; d. November 18, 1895. 
William Shaw, b. July 6, 1825. 
Francis, b. February 16, 1827. 

George Peabody, b. March 16, 1828 ; d. Baltimore, September 1, 1886. 
Edward, b. September, 1829*. Is unmarried and is connected with the 

Boston Public Library. 
Charlotte Ann, d. in infancy. 
Albert Tiffany, d. in infancy. 

344. OSMOND (340 Osmond Capron, 330 Joseph, 23 Ebenezer, 
5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, October 5, 1847, in Balti- 
more, Md., Ann Pinkney White (b. August 2, 1818; d. July 5, 1890), 
dau. of Joseph White and Isabelle Pinkney. 

Mr. Tiffany was possessed of literary tastes and was a frequent con- 
tributor to press and periodical. He wrote several novels, which were 
published; also a book on "China," published shortly after his return 
from the Celestial Empire, where he went in 1843 on a sailing vessel, col- 
lecting many valuable and interesting curios, now in the possession of his 
family. He was a graduate of Harvard University. 

children. 

349. i. Joseph White, b. Baltimore, January 9, 1849 ; d. Baltimore, January 28, 1849. 

350. ii. Anne Shaw, b. Baltimore, November 21, 1851 ; m., in Baltimore, January 26, 



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1881, Edward Bradley Jones. Children s 435 Beatrice L. Plnkney, b. Balti- 
more, September 16, 1881 ; 436 Edward Bradley, Jr., b. Baltimore, Febru. 
ary 28, 1884 ; 437 Campbell Pinkney, b. Baltimore, November 17, 1886. 

351. iii. Alfred, b. Baltimore, October 23, 1852 ; d. Baltimore, January 17, 1854. 

352. iv. Helen, b. New York, August 25, 1856 ; d. Baltimore, January 17, 1890. 

Was an artist of recognized merit, many of her illustrations being used in 
magazines. She also wrote poems and stories, which were published. 

353. ▼. Beatrice, b. Springfield, Mass., November 1, 1859 ; d. New York, Octo- 

ber 10, 1892 ; m., in Baltimore, June 30, 1889, Francis Scott Key, grand- 
son of the author of " The Star Spangled Banner." S. P. 

345. WILLIAM SHAW (340 Osmond Capron, 330 Joseph, 
23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, October 16, 
1856, Elizabeth Bridge Howard (b. Springfield, Mass., December 17, 
1828), dau. of Charles Howard and Elizabeth Buckminster Dwight. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Baltimore.) 
Osmond Checkley, b. November 26, 1857; d. November 26, 1862. 
Elizabeth Dwight, b. June 1, 18C1 ; d. December 8, 1891 ; ra., June 26, 

1884, Charles R. Dilworth. 
Charles Howard, b. September 26, 1863. 
Robert Shaw, b. February 12, 1871 ; d. August 16, 1871. 

346. REV. FRANCIS (340 Osmond Capron, 330 Joseph, 23 Ebe- 
nezer, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Baltimore, Octo- 
ber 14, 1852, Esther Allison Brown (b. Baltimore, Md., December 10, 
1826; d. Cambridge, Mass., November 9, 1891), dau. of Geo. J. Brown 
(b. October 4, 1787; d. June 4, 1829) and Esther Allison (b. July 17, 
1792 ; d. October 27, 1849). 

He was graduated from Harvard University in 1847, studied two years 
in Berlin, Germany ; was graduated from Cambridge Divinity School in 
1851 ; settled as minister in Springfield, Mass., 1851-61, and in West New- 
ton, Mass., 1867-80. He is the author of several well-known works, 
including " Life of Dorothea L. Dix " and " Life of Francis C. Barnard." 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Springfield, Mass.) 

358. i. Mary Allison, b. October 23, 1853. 

359. ii. Francis Buchanan, b. April 26, 1855 ; m., in West Newton, Mass., Octo- 

ber 16, 1889, Nina Moore (b. September 2, 1852, in Cincinnati, O.), dau. 
of Augustus Olcott Moore (b. July 21. 1822 ; d. April 29, 1865) and Har- 
riet Cornelia Green (b. June 15, 1827). Child : 438 Esther Allison, b. St. 
Paul, Minn., April 14, 1891. Harvard University conferred upon him the 
degree of A. B. in 1877, and of LL. B. in 1880. 

360. iii. Walter Checkley, b. June 2, 1857; m., in Old Orchard, Mo., April 25, 

1888, Lila Andrews Robinson (b. St. Louis, Mo., November 18, 1864). 



30 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY Ofi 

Children t 489 Walter Checkley, b. Minneapolis, Minn., January 25, 1891 ; 
440 Anne Page, b. May 91, 1893. In 1881 he received the degree of A. B. 
from Harvard. 
ML iv. Esther Brown, b. December 20, 1868. 

347. GEORGE PEABODY (340 Osmond Capron, 830 Joseph, 
23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in New York 
City, January 25, 1855, Anne Dickey Thorndike (b. Boston, Mass., No- 
vember 17, 1832), dau. of Israel Thorndike (b. Beverly, Mass., Decem- 
ber 2, 1785 ; d. New York, March 8, 1867) and his second wife, Ann 
Thompson Dickey (b. New York, April 26, 1809 \ d. Baltimore, March 19, 
1893). 

Mr. Tiffany was a graduate of Harvard, class of 1848. He was a pro- 
minent merchant of Baltimore, president of a cotton mill, and much 
respected and beloved. 

CHILDREN. 

362. i. Alice Thorndike, b. Baltimore, March 16, 1856. 

363. ii. George Pbabody, b. Baltimore, January 22, 1859 ; ra., November 27, 1897, 

Lisa Kneeland Wyattt(b. Baltimore, Md., March 24, 1864), dau. of Charles 
Handfield Wyatt. Child : 441 George Peabody, 3d, b. August 22, 1898 ; d. 
August 1, 1900. 

364. Hi. Herbert Thorndike, b. New York, November 17, 1861. 

342. COMFORT (330 Joseph, 23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married, in Providence, R. I., August 13, 1821, Laura 
Burr (b. Providence, R. I., October 6, 1799; d. Baltimore, Md., Jan- 
uary 1, 1845), dau. of James and Mary Burr. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Baltimore.) 

365. i. Oris Rogers, b. September, 1822 ; d. July, 1825. 

366. ii. Otis Henry, b. July 3, 1825 ; d. Minneapolis, Minn., October 24, 1891. 

367. iii. Joseph Capron, b. December 13, 1826 ; d. Deming, New Mexico, July 15, 

1889. 
868. iv. Charles Comfort, b. October 5, 1829; m., in Fordham, New York City, 
April 28, 1882, Julia Wheeler (b. Delhi, N. Y., April 16, 1839 ; d. New 
York, December 22, 1899), dau. of Judge Nelson Knox Wheeler (b. Deposit, 
N. Y., April 11, 1807; d. there, September 21, 1880) and Emily B. Ogden 
(b. Walton, N. Y., June 23, 1815; d. Sharon, Ct., July 28, 1884). S. P. 
Charles Comfort Tiffany received the degree of B. A. at Dickinson College, 
Carlisle, Pa., July, 1850, was graduated from Andover Theological Sem- 
inary in July, 1854, studied at the German University of Halle, also at the 
universities at Heidelberg and Berlin, until 1857, when he became pastor of 
the Congregational Church at Denby, Conn. In 1864, he entered the army 
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and then traveled extensively in Europe and the East He was ordained 
deacon and priest of the Protestant Episcopal Chnrch by Bishop Clarke of 
Rhode Island, at Providence, in 1868. He has been rector of St James' 
Church, Fordham, N. Y. ; Trinity Church and St. Mark's Church, Boston, 
Mass.; Church of the Atonement and Zion Church, New York City. 
Since 1894, Mr. Tiffany has been Archdeacon of New York; is senior 
examining chaplain to the Bishop of New York, and general chairman to the 
American Church Congress. He is a member of the Century Club, and 
the Union League Club, and vice president of the American Geographical 
Society. He received the degree of D. D. from Dickinson College 1884, 
St. Stephen's 1893, and Yale 1897. He has written extensively for publi- 
cation. Is the author of "A History of the Protestant Episcopal Church," 
published in 1895, and " The Prayer Book and the Christian Life," pub. 
lished in 1898. 



386. OTIS HENRY (342 Comfort, 330 Joseph, 23 Ebenezer, 
5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, December 26, 1848, Eliza 
Bruce Hamilton of Baltimore (b. Brucetown, Va.; d. December 27, 1900), 
dau. of Rev. William Hamilton, D. D. (b. Boonesboro, Md., February 
22, 1798; d. Washington, D. C, February 3, 1872), and Mary Joliffe 
Bruce (b. Winchester, Va., April 15, 1800; d. Washington, D. C, Feb- 
ruary 6, 1870). 

Otis Henry Tiffany prepared for college at the University of Maryland, 
and, in 1842, he entered the junior class of Dickinson College, Carlisle, 
Pa., where he was graduated in 1844. He was first appointed a tutor 
there and then adjunct professor of mathematics and civil engineering. In 
1848, he was admitted to the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
an elder in 1850, after which he filled circuit appointments in Maryland 
for some time. Without change of ecclesiastical relationship, he served as 
pastor of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, Baltimore. In 
1859, the degree of D. D. was conferred upon him by Dickinson College, 
and the degree of LL. D. in 1886. In 1860, he became pastor of the 
First M. E. Church in Chicago ; was then transferred to the First M. E. 
Church of Evanston, 111.; and, in 1864, he was given the pastorate of Grace 
Church, Chicago, where he remained three years. In 1867, he was 
appointed by the house of bishops to the position of corresponding 
secretary to the Church Extension Society, which he declined, and was 
appointed to the pastorate of St. James' Church, New Brunswick, N. J. 
In 1870, he became pastor of St. Paul's M. E. Church, Newark, N. J. 
In October, 1872, he was transferred to the pastorate of the Metropolitan 
Church, Washington, D. C, where President Grant and his family attended ; 
also Chief Justice Chase. He delivered the funeral oration on the death 
of the chief justice. He performed the marriage ceremony of Nellie 



32 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OP 

Grant and Algernon Sartorii. In 1875, Dr.' Tiffany became pastor of 
Trinity M. £. Church, Chicago, and after three years' service went to St. 
Paul's, New York City; from there to Arch Street M. E. Church, Philadel- 
phia ; then to Madison Avenue M. £. Church, New York, which was com- 
pleted and dedicated during his pastorate. On the morning of the dedi- 
cation of this church, Dr. Tiffany raised $110,000 among the members of 
the congregation, paying off the church debt. He was, later, pastor of the 
Spring Garden Church, Philadelphia ; then went to St. James' Church, New 
York ; and then to his last charge, the Hennepen Avenue M. E. Church, 
Minneapolis, Minn. He was a third-class member of the Order of the 
Loyal Legion for his distinguished services during the war, was a 33d 
degree Mason, and a member of the Society of the Sons of the American 
Revolution. 

CHILDREN. 

369. i. William Hamilton, b. Washington, D. C. t October 17, 1849; d. Los 

Angeles, Cal,, April 15, 1888. Was a civil engineer. 

370. ii. Laura Burr, b. Carlisle, Pa. 

371. iii. Otis Comfort, b. Carlisle, Pa., January 16, 1852 ; d. 1897. Mr. Tiffany 

was paymaster in the United States Navy ; was graduated from Rutgers 
College in 1871, with the degree B. S. ; and, in 1873, received the degree of 
M. S. from the same college. He was a member of the University Club 
and the United States Service Club of New York, of the Metropolitan 
Army and Navy Club of Washington, and of the Yokohama United Club 
of Yokohama, Japan. He was unmarried. 

372. iv. John McCi.intock, b. Baltimore, Md., August 7, 1856. He was in the 

United States Coast Survey, and is now engaged in business in Brooklyn, 

N. Y. 
873. v. Mary Bruce, b. Baltimore, Md., July 31, 1860; d. Evanston, 111., 

September 24, 1864. 
374. vi. Grace, b. New Brunswick, N. J. 

< 367. JOSEPH CAPRON (342 Comfort, 330 Joseph, 23 Ebene- 
zer, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Coxsackie, N. Y., 
November 16, 1846, Amanda Cuyler Stoutenburgh (b. Coxsackie, N. Y., 
July 6, 1826; d. February 24, 1894), dau. of Walton Street Stoutenburgh 
(b. Volatia, N. Y., January 6, 1807; d. Coxsackie, N. Y., March 21, 
1872) and Catherine Ann Cuyler (b. Coxsackie, N. Y., May 5, 1835 ; 
d. East Saginaw, Mich., March 27, 1891). 

He was graduated as agricultural engineer from Aurora, N. Y., in 1846, 
established a fancy stock farm at Coxsackie, N. Y., 1847-1853, with 
imported stock. He was engaged in Western lumber interests, entered 
the army in 1861, served as harbor master, and, under General Rufus 
Ingalls, was with the Army of the Potomac during the Civil War. During 
the reconstruction he was general registrar officer in Virginia. He was one 









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of the first to start the ice industry in the Kennebec River, Maine, ship- 
ping largely to India, Havana and ports in the West Indies. He was also 
interested in Western ranches, and in railroad development and mines. 
He invented and placed in the United States Navy Yard a system of illu- 
mination from petroleum and hydrogen gas. While engaged with the late 
Gen. Clinton B. Fisk and others in improving the condition of the Indians, 
he took entire charge of the Apache Indians, as agent for the United 
States Government, during an alarming uprising in 1882. At the time of 
his death he was directing the construction of the International Railroad 
between Mexico and the United States. 

CHILDREN. 

375. i. Walton Cuyler, b, near Coxsackie, N. Y., March 24, 1860. 

376. ii. Charles Otis, b. New Baltimore, N. Y., January 23, 1853. 

377. iii. Joseph Burr, b, Hudson, N. Y., February 13, 1857. 

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375. WALTON CUYLER (367 Joseph Capron, 342 Comfort, 
330 Joseph, 23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, 
in Washington, D. C, April 9, 1879, Julia Gilman (b. Washington, D. 

C, September 4, 1850), dau. of Z. Douglas Gilman (b. Alexandria, Va., 
August 16, 1816; d. Washington, D. C, March 15, 1876) and Helen 
Parris (b. Portland, Me., 1819; d. Washington, D. C, 1851). 

Mr. Tiffany was educated at Rutgers' College, New Brunswick, N. J., 
class of 1871, receiving its degree of Master of Science. He went, then, 
to the topographical department, United States Government, Washington, 

D. C. In 1877, he founded in New York City the first chemical labora- 
tory in the United States for chemical research work in the leather trade, 
in which he is a recognized authority. He is president of the Trade 
Chemists Company and patentee of several scientific inventions. His resi- 
dence is at Newburgh-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Newburgh-on-Hudson, N. Y.) 

378. i. Gilman Parris, b. July 17, 1882. 

379. ii. Dorris, b. August 18, 1889. 

380. iii. Humphrey Cuyler, b. June 23, 1893. 

376. CHARLES OTIS (367 Joseph Capron, 342 Comfort, 
330 Joseph, 23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, 
in New York City, January 30, 1890, Annie Jane DuBois (b. New York, 
June 20, 1859), dau. of James Goelet DuBois (b. Catskill, N. Y., July 2, 
1818) and Jane Cole Clarke (b. New York, 1832; d. there, July 5, 
1859). 



34 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

Mr. Tiffany entered Cornell University in 1873 and was engaged in 
building gas works with his father, supervising the building of several gas 
works for the United States Government, and in 1880 went to Arizona in 
the Government employ at the Apache Indian Reservation. He was there 
during the outbreak of 1881-82. He engaged in silver mining, both in 
Arizona and in New Mexico, and was also engaged in surveying. He 
returned to New York, and is now with Tiffany & Co. of New York. His 
residence is Nyack-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

381. i. Jeanette DuBois, b. Dobb's Ferry, N. Y., August 24, 1891. 

382. ii. Ruth Gildersleeve, b. Yonkcrs, N. Y„, February 16, 1893. 
382a. Hi. James Goelet DuBois, b. Nyack, N. Y., September 28, 1896. 

377. JOSEPH BURR (367 Joseph Capron, 342 Comfort, 
330 Joseph, 23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, 
in Syracuse, N. Y., October 23, 1884, Fanny S. Gere (b. Syracuse, N. Y., 
June 20, 1862), dau. of Nathan Stanton Gere and Mary Louise Sweet. 

He was educated at Cornell University, and for some time was con- 
nected with one of the art departments of Tiffany & Co., Union Square, 
New York. In other directions he pursued the business of decorative and 
general artistic work. For several years prior to this date (1900) Mr. 
Tiffany has supervised the execution of his artistic designs. 

CHILDREN. 

383. i. Anna Cuyler, b. Syracuse, N. Y., September 6, 1886. 

384. ii. Joseph Burr, b. New York City, January 30, 1888. 

385. iii. Vera Gere, b. New York City, March 28, 1890. 
385a. iv. Stanton Gere, b. Yonkers, N. Y., January 19, 1895. 

343. JOSEPH ALBERT (330 Joseph, 23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 
2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Attleboro, Mass., May 26, 1824, 
Eunice Capron Bradford (b. Smithfield, R. I., June 23, 1803; d. Attle- 
boro, Mass., May 19, 1892), dau. of Joel Bradford. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Attleboro.) 

386. L Julia Ann, b. April 16, 1825 ; m., June 4, 1867, George W. Bliss (d. No. 

vember, 1892). S. P. 

387. ii. James Albert, b. November 3, 1826 ; d. November 5, 1841. 

388. iii, Charlotte Maria, b. May 8, 1828; d. May 2, 1897; m„ March 16, 

1867, Lewis L. Read. Children : (a) George Tiffany, b. Attleboro, Mass., 
March 19, 1868 ; (b) Albert Clarence, b. Attleboro, Mass., December 23, 
1870. 

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89a ▼. Joseph Osmond, b. January 23, 1835 ; m., in Providence, R. L, December 5, 
1865, Caroline French (b. Attleboro, July 5, 1830), dau. of Joseph French 
(b. Attleboro, Mass., February, 10, 1797; d. July 3, 1850) and Caroline 
Brintnell (b, Mansfield, January 24, 1795 ; d. Attleboro, October 15, 1871). 
S. P. Mr. Tiffany is prominent in educational work and has been superin- 
tendent of the public schools in Attleboro. He has been of much assist* 
ance to the author in compiling this work, especially in securing data 
relative to the Attleboro records of the Tiffany Family. 

391. yi. William Henry, b. May 17, 1838 ; m., in Attleboro, December 15, 1870, 

Lydia Sanford Carpenter (b. Attleboro, February 2, 1834), dau. of Zenas 
Bliss Carpenter and Lucinda Ide. S. P. 

392. rii. Philena Frances, b. March 10, 1840 ; m., December 23, 1874, Erastus 

Jacobson. S. P. 

393. Tiil Laura Burr, b. August 22, 1846 ; d. April 15, 1899. Unmarried. 

389. EBEN CAPRON (343 Joseph Albert, 330 Joseph, 23 Ebe- 
nezer, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Attleboro, March 
13, 1852, Jane Read (b. Attleboro, November 1, 1829), dau. of Elijah 
Robinson Read (b. Attleboro, July 20, 1802; d. Providence, R. I., 
August 11, 1879) and Lucinda Augusta Carpenter (b. Rehoboth, Mass., 
August 2, 1803 ; d. Attleboro, October 8, 1840). 

Mr. Tiffany was educated in schools of his native town and then at the 
academy in Sekonk, Mass. He learned the jewelry trade and worked at 
that for several years, then went into the leather business ; and, in 1880, 
went with his family to San Mateo, Florida, where he conducted with much 
success an orange grove and market garden. In 1891, he went North on 
business, and while in Boston was stricken with apoplexy and died. 

CHILDREN. 
(Born in Attleboro.) 

394. L Edward Clarence, b. June 19, 1853 ; d. July 26, 1855. 

395. ii. Charles Seymour, b. October 9, 1855; m., first, at Pawtucket, R. I., 

April 28, 1880, Charlotte Jane Eccles (b. Newport, R. I., June 2, 1856), 
dau. of Edmund Eccles and Margaret Asher ; m., second, in Cambridge* 
port, Mass., September 1, 1892, Marie Malvina Mabille (b. Canada, March 
19, 1862), dau. of Philippe F. Mabille (b. Paris, France, October 20, 1833) 
and Adeline C. Morrison (b. Montreal, Canada, February 1, 1838). Mr. 
Tiffany is a resident of Boston. He is a civil engineer, and was associated 
with his father in conducting the Florida plantation, which he eventually sold. 
Child by first wife : 442 Ralph Bancroft, b. San Mateo, Fla., March 17, 
1887. Children by second wife : 443 Jennie Adelene, b. Cambridge, Mass., 
May 13, 1894; 444 Eben Mabille, b. Cambridge, Mass., August 19, 1895; 
445 Laura Burr, b. Boston, Mass., November 18, 1899. 

331. OTIS (23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Mar- 
ried, October 2, 1796, Nancy Day of Pawtucket, R. I., dau. of Charles Day. 



36 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OP 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Pawtucket, R. I.) 

304. L William, b. about 1797; d. Baltimore, Md., April 1851. 

307. il. George, b. about 1700 ; A. Newport, R. I., November, 1886. 

308. ill. Henry, b. September 28, 1811 ; d. New York City, January 2, 1877. 
300. iv. John, killed out West. Unmarried. 

307. GEORGE (331 Otis, 23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married, 1861, Isabelle Perry, dau. of Commodore 
Perry, the opener of Japan, and a sister of Mrs. August Belmont. 

CHILDREN. 

400. i. George, was drowned off the cliff* of Newport while diving with his tutor, 

who was also drowned. 

401. il. Isabel. 

402. iil. Belmont, m. Annie Cameron, dau. of Sir Roderick Cameron, formerly 

British Consul at New York. 

403. iv. Perry, m. Marie Havemcycr, dau. of Theodore Havemeyer. 

404. v. William, d. in Boston, Mass., 1898, from exposures and hardships endured 

during the Spanish. American war. He was one of Roosevelt's Rough 
Riders. He is buried in the Belmont lot at Newport, R. I. 

398. HENRY (331 Otis, 23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Hum- 
phrey). Married, in Baltimore, Md., June, 1840, Sally Jones McLane 
(b. Wilmington, Del., September 28, 1820; d. Baltimore, February 12, 
1887), dau. of Hon. Louis McLane (b. Smyrna, Del., May 28, 1786; d. 
Baltimore, Md.) and Catherine Mary Milligan (b. Philadelphi, Pa., Feb- 
ruary 10, 1790 ; d. Baltimore, Md., July 31, 1849). 

children. 

405. i. Katherine McLane, b. Baltimore, April 19, 1841 ; d. Newport, R. I., Sep- 

tember 5, 1871 ; m., September 1, 18G4, Paul Ilocmelle, secretary of the 
French Legation of Paris, France. Children : 446 Robert Louis, b. The 
Hague, November 14, 1867 ; 447 Kmilie Hclene, b. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 
July 21, 1869; m., in Paris, France, November 27, 1890, Comte de St. Mars, 
now Marquis de St. Mars. 

406. ii. HENRY, b. Baltimore, July 9, 1842 ; m., in Chicago, September 11, 1878, 

Anna Sophia Barrett (b. Coopcrstown, "N. Y., November 17, 1858), dau. of 
Oliver P. Barrett and Mary E. Walcott. 

407. iii. Louis McLane, b. Baltimore, October 10, 1844. 

408. iv. Robert Milligan, b. Baltimore, February 26, 1847 ; d. there, March 3, 1848. 

407. LOUIS McLANE (398 Henry, 331 Otis, 23 Ebenezer, 
5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, August, 1871, in Newport, 
R. I., Madeline Borland (d. December, 1873), dau. of M. Woolsey Bor- 
land of Boston; m., second, January, 1879, in Petersburg, Va., Evelyn 




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May Bayly, dau. of Hon. Thomas H. Bayly and Evelyn Harrison May of 
Mount Custis, Accomac County, Va. 

Dr. Tiffany lives in Baltimore, where he is a well-known and an eminent 
surgeon. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

409. L Katherine McLane, b. September 24, 1872; m., in Baltimore, November, 

1895, Jordon Abbott of Boston. Children : 409a Katherine Tiffany, b. 
September, 1899 ; 410a Eleanor, b. September, 1900. 

410. it Louis McLane, b. December 23, 1873 ; d. December 17, 1874. 

334. COMFORT (23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, in Attleboro, Mass., February 24, 1803, Chloe Draper (b. At- 
tleboro, Mass., June 13, 1781 ; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., November 15, 1852), 
dau. of Isaac Draper (b. Greenlodge, Dedham, Mass., July 20, 1736; d. 
Attleboro, Mass., July 17, 1824) and Chloe Tingley (b. Attleboro, No- 
vember 25, 1746 j d. there April 14, 1828). 

Mr. Tiffany made his home in Pawtucket, R. I., until about 1808, 
when he removed to Killingly, Conn., where he became one of the first 
manufacturers of cotton goods in that State. With Gen. James Danielson 
and others, he organized the Danielson Manufacturing Company, which 
developed into one of the most important manufacturing plants in New 
England at that time. Comfort Tiffany subsequently sold his interest in 
the company and established himself in Brooklyn, Conn., on the opposite 
side of the Quinnebang River, where he erected a mill and continued the 
manufacture of cotton goods until his death in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

411. i. Eliza, b; Pawtucket, R. I., October 12, 1803; d. Cornwall-on-the-Hudson, 

N. Y., September 3, 1857; m., in Killingly, Conn., May 16, 1827, Judge 
Nathan Brewster Morse (b. Canterbury, Conn., November 14, 1790), son 
of Peter Morse and Lucinda Brewster. Judge Morse was president of the 
Brooklyn Ferry Company for forty years, was judge of the City Court, Cir- 
cuit Court and Supreme Court, and treasurer of the City of Brooklyn. Chil- 
dren : 448 Charlotte, b. January 9, 1832 ; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., October 17, 
1874 ; m. James L. Dunham ; had (a) Maria, b. Parker ; d. aged about 
one year ; 449 Charles Henry, d. Brooklyn, N. Y. ; 450 Nathan Brewster. 

412. ii. Charlotte Draper, b. Pawtucket, R. I., January 14, 1810; d. Killingly, 

Conn., November 23, 1824. 

413. Hi. Charles Lewis, b. Killingly, Conn., February 15, 1812. ]\ 

414. iv. Harriet Amanda, b. Killingly, Conn., March 11, 1815 ; m., in Brooklyn, 

Conn., September 11, 1839, Daniel Trembley (b. Scotch Plains, N. J., 
March 6, 1813 ; d. Valparaiso, Chili, 1857), son of Samuel Trembley and 
Mary Hoyt. Children : 451 Samuel, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1845 ; d. there 
1852; 452 Amanda Tiffany, b. Brooklyn, Conn., June 27, 1849; m., No- 
vember 15, 1870, in New York, Thomas S. Hagcr (b. 1848 ; d. February 



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19, 1887), ton of William Hager and Mary Alexander; had Stanabnry, 
b. San Francisco, Cat, December 9, 1871. 
415, r, William Henry, b. Killingly, Conn., February 10, 1819; d, Stamford, 
Conn., December 21, 1880. Unmarried. 

413. CHARLES LEWIS (334 Comfort, 23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 
2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in New York City, November 30, 1841, 
Harriet Olivia Avery Young (b. Killingly, Conn., January 22, 1817; d. 
New York, November 16, 1897), dau. of Ebenezer Young (b. Killingly, 
Conn., December 27, 1783; d. August 19, 1851) and Anna Burnett 
(b. 1790; d. June 6, 1859). 

Ebenezer Young was one of the notable public men of the State of 
Connecticut in his time, was graduated from Yale in 1806, was elected a 
State senator in 1823, and for two succeeding terms. He was for two 
years president of the Connecticut Senate, and was a member of the 
national House of Representatives from 1829-1835. 

Mr. Tiffany was educated in the public schools and the Plainfield and 
Brooklyn, Conn., Academies. In 1837, he went to New York and started 
in business, at 259 Broadway, under the firm name of Tiffany & Young. 
In 1841 the firm name changed to Tiffany, Young & Ellis, and in 1853 it 
became Tiffany & Co. Half a century ago, in 1850, the first branch house 
of Tiffany & Co. was established in Paris. In 1866, the firm established 
a second branch. This was in London. In 1870, the growing business 
of Tiffany & Co. necessitated removal to larger quarters in New York, the 
firm removing to the block corner Union Square and Fifteenth Street. As 
diamond and gem merchants and as manufacturers and dealers in the 
richest jewelry, silverware, bronzes and other artistic and costly articles, 
Tiffany & Co. are famous throughout the world. Foreign governments 
have bestowed many honors upon Mr. Tiffany. In 1878, he was made a 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor of France. The Czar of Russia 
presented him with the gold medal Praemia Digno. Tiffany & Co. have 
been appointed jewelers and silversmiths to the Queen of England ; the 
Czar and Czarina of Russia ; the Emperors of Austria, Germany and Brazil ; 
the Prince and Princess of Wales ; the Kings of Belgium, Greece, Italy, 
Spain, Denmark, and Portugal ; the Shah of Persia ; the Khedive of Egypt, 
and other royal personages. Mr. Tiffany was one of the founders of the 
New York Society of Fine Arts, is a patron of the Metropolitan Museum 
of Art, and a trustee of the American Museum of Natural History ; a life 
member of the New England Society, the National Academy of Design, 
the American Geographical Society, and the New York Historical Society. 
His club membership includes the Union League, of which he was one of 
the founders and is now a vice president, the New York, Union, City, and 




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New York Yacht Clubs. By developing a trade into an art and adher- 
ing to it with fidelity, Mr. Tiffany has made his name famous throughout 
the world and synonymous for honesty and integrity wherever it is heard. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in New York City.) 
418. i. Charles Lewis, b. October 7, 1842 ; d. New York City, March 3, 1847. 
417. ii. Annie Olivia, b. November 27, 1844 ; m., in New York City, April 27, 1871, 
Alfred Mitchell (b. Norwich, Conn., April 1, 1832), son of Rev. Alfred Mitch- 
ell (b. Wethersfield, Conn., May 19, 1790 ; d. Norwich, Conn., December 19, 
1831) and Lucretia Mumford Woodbridge (b. Lyme, Conn., October 10, 
1794; d. Norwich, Conn., March 29, 1839). Mr. Mitchell is a grandson 
of Stephen Mix Mitchell, who was United States Senator for Connecticut 
from 1793 to 1795, and Chief Justice of Connecticut from 1807 to 1814. 
Children (all born in New York City): 453 Alfreda, b. December 29, 
1874 ; 454 Charlie Tiffany, b. January 22, 1877. 
Louis Comfort, b. February 18, 1848. 
Louise Harriet, b. December 18, 1856. Unmarried. 
Henry Charles, b. September 1, 1858; d. New York City, October 6, 
1859. 
42L vu Burnett Young, b. April 12, 1860. 

418. LOUIS COMFORT (413 Charles L., 334 Comfort, 23 
Ebenezer, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in Norwich, 
Conn., May 15, 1872, Mary Woodbridge Goddard (b. Norwich, Conn.; 
d. New York, January 22, 1884), dau. of Levi Hart Goddard and Mary 
Woodbridge Perkins; m., second, in New York City, November 9, 1886, 
Louise Wakeman Knox (b. German Valley, N. J., March 15, 1851), dau. 
of Rev. J. H. Mason Knox, D. D., and Ixwise Wakeman. 

Louis Comfort was educated in New York. He first studied art under 
George Innis and Samuel Coleman in America, and then under Leon Bailly 
in Paris. He spent several years in travel and study in Europe, Africa, and 
the East. In 1870, he was made a member of the Water Color Society. 
In 1871, he was elected an associate of the National Academy of Design. In 
1880, he was made an academician. He is a member of the Society of Ameri- 
can Artists and of the Architectural League. His principal pictures are : 

The Dock Scene, 1869 ; 

Street Scene in Tangiers, 1876 ; 

Study of Quimper, Brittany, 1877 ; 

Duane Street, New York, 1878 ; 

The Cobblers at Boufarick, 1888 ; 

Feeding the Flamingoes, 1888 ; 

Market Day at Nuremberg, 1892. 
In 1879, he organized and became president and art director of the 
Tiffany Glass Company, and, in 1892, of the Tiffany Glass and Decorating 



40 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

Company. One of his important works was the Tiffany Chapel, exhibited 
at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago, which is now in the crypt of the 
Cathedral of St. John, the Divine, in New York. 

He also made stained-glass windows, and discovered a new formulae by 
which he produced the Favrile Glass and enamels on metal. On June 15, 
1894, he was made member of the Society Nationale des Beaux Arts of 
Paris; on September 25, 1895, member of the Imperial Society of Fine 
Arts of Tokio, Japan ; in 1901, Chevalier of the Legion of Honor of 
France. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

422. L Mary Woodbridge, b. New York, April 3, 1873. 

423. ii. Charles Louis, b. Mentone, France, December 9, 1874 ; d. there Decern* 

ber29, 1874. 

424. Hi. Charles Lewis, 2d, b. New York City, January 7, 1878. Graduated from 

Yale University, June, 1900, with high honors. 

425. iv. Hilda Goddard, b. Irvington-on-Hudson, N. Y., August 24, 1879. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

Louis Comfort, b. New York, September 24, 1887. 

Julia Deforest, b. New York, September 24, 1887. 

Annie Olivia, b. New York, December 29, 1888 ; d. there April 24, 1892. 

Dorothy Trimble, b. New York, October 11, 1891. 



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24. GIDEON TIFFANY (5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Son 
of James Tiffany and Elizabeth Allen; m., in Norton, Mass., February 
8, 1759, Sarah Dean Farrar, widow of Rev. George Farrar of Easton, 
Mass., whom she m. in Norton, Mass., June 2, 1756, and dau. of Nathan 
Dean (d. Norton, Mass., July 11, 1747) and Elizabeth Nicholson (d. 
Norton, Mass., July 17, 1741). 

Sarah Dean's parents died when she was about three years old. She 
was soon after adopted by Rev. Joseph Avery, with whom she lived until 
the time of her marriage to Rev. Mr. Farrar. After the latter's death, she 
returned to Mr. Avery. After her marriage to Dr. Tiffany, she and her 
husband continued to reside with Mr. Avery. On March 7, 1764, Mr. 
Avery, who was pastor of the first Church of Norton, deeded his farm to 
Dr. Tiffany for the consideration that he should be cared for in his old 
age. Dr. and Mrs. Tiffany remained with Mr. Avery until his death. 

Dr. Gideon Tiffany was a practicing physician in Norton and in Attle- 
boro; but after the death of Mr. Avery, in 1770, he sold the farm and 
went to Keene, N. H. In Norton he was assessor in 1766, tithing man 
and warden in 1769, and on April 20, 1776, he marched as a minute man 
after the Lexington alarm to Concord. About 1782, Dr. Tiffany went 
from Keene to Hanover, N. H., and from there he moved to the State of 
New York, remaining there for some years, and finally moving to Ancaster, 
Canada, where he died. 

CHILDREN. 

456. i. Sylvester, b. Norton, Mass., August 9, 17G9. 

456. it Luc in da, b. Norton, Mass., August 10, 1751 ; d. in Canada, August 14, 

1814; m. Moses Brigham. Children: 474 Fanny L., 475 Sophia, 476 
Charles Cotton, 477 Lucy. 

457. iii. Oliver, b. Norton, Mass., June 20, 1763 ; d. Ancaster, Canada, May 17, 

1835. Unmarried. He practiced medicine in Philadelphia, Virginia and 
Massachusetts, becoming eminent in his profession. lie finally went to 
Ancaster, where he was one of the wealthy men of the town. 

458. iv. George, b. Norton, Mass., June 20, 1765; d. Ancaster, Canada, January 

3, 1842. 

459. v. Lucy, b. Norton, Mass., August 21, 1767; d. Hanover, N. H., September 

27, 1785 ; m., in Hanover, July 15, 1784, James Wheelock, son of Eleazer 
Wheelock, first president of Dartmouth College. Child : 478 Lucy, b. 
Hanover, N. H., September; d. October, 1785. 

460. vi. Catherine, b. Norton, Mass., December 29, 1769 ; d. New York State, 

1840; m. Rev. Danforth Phelps. Children: 479 George D., 480 VVil- 



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Ham, 481 Sarah,— m. Bennett C. Fitxh ugh,— child, Mrs. E. C Cas- 
well of Milwaukee ; 482 Augustus A., 483 Mary D., 484 Edwin. 

461. vii. Gideon, b. Keene, N. H., June 28, 1774 ; d. Delaware, Canada, August 29, 

1854. 

462. viii. Dean, b. Keene, N. H., February, 1775 ; d. Hanover, N. H. Unmarried. 

463. ix. Isaac Hall, b. Keene, N. H., October 16, 1777; d. Fultonville, N. Y., 

February 23, 1859. Unmarried. He was graduated from Dartmouth 
College in 1793, receiving at the age of sixteen the degree of A. M., the 
youngest graduate of Dartmouth. He read law with Aaron Burr, an 
association of which in later years he was very proud, speaking frequently 
of the talent and magnetism of Burr, and recalling with tenderness his 
acquaintance with Burr's daughter, the unfortunate Theodocia, who inher- 
ited much of her father's talent, and whose unknown fate adds pathos to 
her memory. He practiced law in Lawyersville, Schoharie County, in Esper- 
ance and in Fultonville, N. Y. He was a member of the Common Pleas 
bench of Schoharie County, which gained for him the title of Judge Tiffany. 
464. x. SARAH, b. Keene, N. H., April 20, 1786 ; d. Lawyersville, N. Y., February 
7, 1864; m., in Lawyersville, N. Y., February 21, 1805, General Thomas 
Lawyer (b. Schoharie, N. Y., October 14, 1785 ; d. Lawyersville, N. Y., 
May 21, 1868). He was a distinguished lawyer. Children : 485 Demos* 
thencs, b. Lawyersville, November 27, 1805, — was a lawyer, surrogate 
and county judge in Schoharie County ; m., November 28, 1825, Sarah 
Alexander; 486 August Frederick, b. Lawyersville, July 28, 1807; 
d. Cobleskill, N. Y., March 27, 1863,— unmarried ; 487 Thomas 
Henry, b. Lawyersville, January 6, 1809 ; d. October 18, 1873 ; 488 Mad- 
ison, b. Lawyersville, October 1, 1811 ; d. Argusville, N. Y., March 24, 
1854 ; m., April 4, 1837, Elizabeth Applegarth ; 489 Augusta Henrietta, 
b. November 7, 1813 ; d. November 19, 1850 ; m. Dr. Daniel H. Kibbe ; 
490 Helen Louise, b. February 27, 1816; m., January 28, 1836, Charles 
Courter of Cobleskill, president of the First National Bank there ; 491 
Tiffany, b. October 3, 1821 ; d. Cobleskill, N. Y., February 16, 1884,— 
unmarried ; a successful, wealthy lawyer, elected judge of sessions in 1882 ; 
492 Cordelia, b. June 23, 1825 ; d. Cobleskill, March 15, 1832. 

455. SYLVESTER (24 Gideon, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, first, Mrs. Frances Davis Hopkins, dau. of William Davis of 
East Greenwich, N. Y.; m., second, Elizabeth Ralston of Keene, N. H. 

Sylvester Tiffany went with his father to Hanover, N. H., and lived 
there. With Governor Simcoe, he published the first paper in Upper 
Canada, at Niagara, April 18, 1793, called the Upper Canada Gazette, or 
the American Oracle. In 1800, with his brother Gideon, he published the 
Canadian Constellation, at Niagara, Upper Canada. A copy of this is in 
the possession of Sylvester Tiffany's grandson, George Sylvester Tiffany of 
Tecumseh, Mich. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

465. i. George Augustus, b. Hanover, N. H., July 31, 1785 ; d. Milwaukee, Wis., 
December 8, 1863. 



THE T1FFANYS OF AMERICA, 43 

466. it Elizabeth, b. Albany, N. Y. ; m. J. Applegarth of Canada. 

467. Hi. Sylvester, b. Lewisburgh, N. Y.; m. and lived in Buffalo, N. Y. 8. P. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

468. iv. Alexander Ralston, b. Niagara Township, Canada, October 16, 1796 ; d. 

Palmyra, Mich., January 14, 1868. 

469. v. Janet, m. Stephen Charles. Children : 493 Stephen A., 494 Cornelia J., 

495 Frances Ann. 

470. vi. Mary, m. William Charles. Children : 496 George S., 497 Stephen D., 498 

Mary. 

471. vii. Dean, d. Natchez, Miss. Unmarried. 

472. viii. Frances A., m. William Ross. 

465. GEORGE AUGUSTUS (455 Sylvester, 24 Gideon, 5 
James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married in LeRoy, N. Y., February 20, 
1807, Effie Berry (b. Mohawk, N. Y., March 11, 1789; d. Milwaukee, 
Wis., June 8, 1868), tfau. of Gilbert R. Berry (b. Albany, N. Y., 1764; 
d. Avon, N. Y., 1797) and Ann Maria Wemple (b. Albany, N. Y.; d. 
Avon, N. Y., December 10, 1829). 

CHILDREN. 

499. i. Charlotte Elizabeth, b. LeRoy, N. Y., April 4, 1808; d. Avon, N. Y., 
October 4, 1826. Unmarried. 

GOO. ii. George Oliver, b. LeRoy, N. Y., July 4, 1813; d. Milwaukee, Wis., 
July 4, 1892. * 

501. iii. Elsie Maria, b. Leroy, N. Y., July 27, 1819; m., in Milwaukee, Wis., 
June 8, 1842, Frederick Wardncr (b. in Reading, Vt., September 12, 
1815 ; cl Milwaukee, March 6, 1886). Children (all born in Milwau- 
kee): 503 Helen Maria, b. January 26, 1844; d. June 16, 1844; 504 
James Frederic, b. May 19, 1845 ; m., in Milwaukee, November 11, 1869, 
Mary Augusta Jackson ; 505 George Augustus, b. May 14, 1847 ; d. June 
1, 1889 ; 506 Edward Blossom, b. April 1, 1853 ; 507 Cornelia Eva, b. 
May 2, 1855 ; d. January 17, 1877. 

602. iv. Cornelia Morrison, b. Kaskaskie, 111.; d. Milwaukee, Wis., January 30, 
1888 ; m., in Milwaukee, October 26, 1841, Levi Blossom. Children (all 
born in Milwaukee) : 508 Cornelia Eva, b. December 14, 1842 ; m., in 
Milwaukee, November, 1871, William Ilarmut ; 509 Alice, b. NovemI>er, 
1844 ; d. Milwaukee, November 20, 1869 ; m. Irving Bean ; 510 Frances 
Tiffany, b. December 1, 1846 ; d. April, 1853 ; 511 Walter L., b. Feb- 
ruary 1, 1868. 

500. GEORGE OLIVER (465 George Augustus, 455 Sylves- 
ter, 24 Gideon, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrev). Married, in Milwau- 
kee, Wis., September 26, 1838, Eliza Ann Stow. 

children. 
612. L Cornelia Shaw, b. Milwaukee, Wit., July 4, 1841 ; d. Lot Angeles, Cal. , 

January 4, 1870. 
513. ii. George Augustus, b. Milwaukee, July 30, 1844. 



44 HIS'iOR* AND GENEALOGY OF 

468. ALEXANDER RALSTON (455 Sylvester, 24 Gideon, 
5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, September 3, 1823, Abigail 
Blackman Robinson (b. Palmyra, N. Y., November 13, 1804; d. Te- 
cumseh, Mich., January 25, 1873), dau. of Dr. Gain Robinson (d. Pal- 
myra, N. Y., 1831) and Chloe Bradish. 

When a youth he went to Canandaigua, N. Y., where he published a 

paper. Later, he entered the law office of Hon. John C. Spencer, who 

was subsequently chief justice of the Supreme Court of New York. After 

admission to the bar, he was elected justice of the peace. On March 25, 

1827, he was appointed judge in the Court of Common Pleas, receiving a 

second appointment for a five-year term. He retired from his judicial 

duties on account of illness and, in October, 1832, he removed to Palmyra, 

Mich., where, in 1834, he was appointed prosecuting attorney for the 

county. In 183G, he was made judge of the Probate Court, which office 

he held for eight years. He was then for two terms judge of the County 

Court. He was a member of the constitutional convention in 1850, was 

elected to the Michigan Legislature in 1855, and was chairman of the 

judiciary committee of the house. He was the author of Tiffany's 

Justice Treatise, Tiffany's Justice Guide, Tiffany's Criminal Law, and a 

pamphlet on Highways. 

v v ° children. 

614. i. Chloe Elizabeth, b. Palmyra, N. Y., January 7, 1824 ; d. Palmyra, N.Y., 

September 0, 1825. 

615. ii. Alexander Ralston, b. Palmyra, N. Y., September 23, 1825; d. Pal- 

myra, Mich., September 16, 1858. 
516. Hi. Dean Oliver, b. Palmyra, N. Y., September 2i, 1827; d. Palmyra, N. Y., 
August 6, 1834. 

617. iv. Catherine, b. Palmyra, N. Y., December 18, 1829; d. there August 6, 1834. 

618. v. Frances Ann, b. Palmyra, N. Y., July 12, 1832; m., first, November 29, 

1853, William Hayes Lee (b. April 18, 1825; d. PalmyTa, Mich.); m., 
second, February 25, 1864, George Curtis (b. Newton, Conn., Novem- 
ber 7, 1818; d. Tecumsch, Mich.). Children (by first marriage): 524 
William Lee, b. September 6, 1854 ; m., in Phoenix, Arizona, September 
2, 1891, Sarah Creighton,— have George Creighton, b. July 30, 1892; 
625 George Tiffany, b. September 6, 1854 ; d. March 18, 1861. 

George Sylvester, b. Palmyra, Mich., July 7, 1834. 

Catherine Elizabeth, b. Palmyra, N. Y., April 14, 1836; d. June, 1837, 
Palmyra, Mich. 

Mary Jane, b. Palmyra, Mich., February 10, 1838 ; d. March 8, 1838. 

Helen Maria, b. Palmyra, Mich., February 27, 1840; d. Adrian, Mich., 
October 12, 1844. 
523. x. Margaret Sophia, b. Adrian, Mich., October 19, 1844; m., in Palmyra, 
Mich., November 8, 1866, George Henry Archbald (b. Carbondale, Pa., 
July 7, 1833). Children : 526 George Wodren, b. Palmyra, Mich., Decem- 
ber 15, 1867; d. Palmyra, Mich., January 12, 1870 ; 627 Harry Ruthven, 
b. April 28, 1872 ; 628 Bessie Frances, b. Elkhart, Ind., October 22, 1880. 



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THE TIFFAtfYS OF AMERICA. 45 

519. GEORGE SYLVESTER (468 Alexander Ralston, 455 
Sylvester, 24 Gideon, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in 
Delaware, Canada, December 22, 18G3, (554) Charlotte Adeline Tiffany (b. 
Delaware, Canada, April 21, 1841), dau. of Frederick Tiffany (b. Dela- 
ware, Canada, 1810; d. London, Canada, March 21, 1879) and Charity 
Decker (b. Pennsylvania, 1810; d. Tecumseh, Mich., May 12, 1886). 

George S. Tiffany resides in Tecumseh, Mich. 

children. 

629. i. Frederick Alexander, b. Jackson, Mich., October 12, 1867. Resides in 

St. Paul, Minn. 
530. ii. Abbie Evelyn, b. April 27, 1873 ; d. May 30, 1873, London, Ont. 
631. iii. George Hubert, b. London, Ont., August 12, 1874. Resides in Hudson, Mich. 

458. GEORGE (24 Gideon, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married Polly Frieze. 

George Tiffany was educated at Dartmouth College and spent much of his 
active life in the village of Schoharie, N. Y., filling a number of positions, 
both state and national. About 1812, he moved to Upper Canada, now 
known as Ontario, and lived in the village of Ancaster, near Hamilton. 

CHILDREN. 
(AH born in Schoharie, N. Y. ) 

George Sylvester, b. 1805 ; d. Hamilton, Canada, November 12, 1866. 
Oliver, d. about 1865. Unmarried. 
Charles. 

Frances Ann, d. 1832 ; m. W. C Ross. 

Catherine, m. Judge Pearson. Children: (a) George, (b) Gustavus, (c) 
Elizabeth. 

637. vi. Mary, d. 1832 ; m. William Nortman of Dundas, Canada, at one time mem- 

ber of parliament for Wentworth. Her children died before their mother. 

638. vii. Jane Ann, b. 1812 ; d. January, 1833. Unmarried. 

532. GEORGE SYLVESTER (458 George, 24 Gideon, 5 
James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, December 14, 1836, Eliza Ann 
Strange (b. Demarara, West Indies, November 3, 1815; d. New York, 
May 28, 1869), dau. of Henry Strange, at one time English governor of 
Demarara. 

Mr. Tiffany went to Upper Canada with his father in 1812, received a 
country school education, and, while working as clerk in a country store, 
studied to become a land surveyor, to which position he was subsequently 
appointed. He laid out the present City of Guelph. While engaged in 
the profession of surveying he studied law, was admitted to the bar, and 



632. 


i. 


633. 


ii. 


634. 


iii. 


636. 


iv. 


636. 


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46 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

went to Hamilton, Canada, where he acquired a large practice. When the 
rebellion in Canada broke out, in 1837, he was one of the men who, under 
command of Sir Allan Napier McNab, went to the assistance of the gov- 
ernment at Toronto and helped in the defeat of the rebels. He was reeve 
of Hamilton before it was a city, and was also its first mayor. When the 
reciprocity treaty between Canada and the United States was first broached, 
in 1854, he was selected as one of the Canadian commissioners to coop- 
erate with Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton, then British minister at Washington. 

CHILDREN. 

(All born in Hamilton, Canada.) 

Ellen, b. February 18, 1839. Unmarried. 

Eliza Ann, b. February 29, 1840 ; m., February 4, 1880, William McCarthy. 

Edward Herbert, b. March 5, 1842. 

Clara Maria, b. June 20, 1844 ; d. Mar; h 28, 1877. Unmarried. 

MARY, b. February 16, 1846. 

George, b. December 17, 18C0. Unmarried. 



541. EDWARD HERBERT (532 George Sylvester, 458 
George, 24 Gideon, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in 
Hamilton, Ont., July 5, 18G9, Annie Gertrude Pringle (b. Hamilton, 
Ont., Septembers, 1850; d. June 29, 1893), dau. of James D. Pringle of 
Hamilton and Mary Frazer. 

Mr. Tiffany attended school in Hamilton, studying later at the Upper 
Canada College, Toronto. For more than a score of years he has success- 
fully practiced law in Alexandria, Ont. He is the author of •" Registra- 
tion of Titles." 

CHILDREN. 

540. i. Mary Louise Gertrude, b. July 29, 1870; m., July 12, 1893, Frank W. 

S. Crispo. 
C47. ii. Clara Beatrice, b. June 13 ; d. November 0, 1872. 
C48. iii. George SYLVESTER, M. D., b. July 18, 1874 ; m. f December 23, 1898, 

Emma Rosalie Bull. 
549. iv. Edward IIrrhkrt, b. September 12, 1876 ; d. July 3, 1877. 

461. GIDEON (24 Gideon, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married Hannah Tomlinson (b. June 8, 1781 ; d. June, 1836). 

In 1801, Mr. Tiffany went to Delaware, Canada, where he lived in 
what is now the County of Middlesex. With his brother, Sylvester, he 
published the Canadian Constellation. He was a graduate of Dartmouth 
College. From Ebenezer Allen he bought the crown patent of land, con- 
sisting of about 3,500 acres, on the east side of the River Thames. 




CHARLES LEWIS TIFFANY, 2u. 

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THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 47 

CHILDREN. 

Frederick, b. 1810 ; d. March 21, 1879. 

Albert, b. Delaware, Canada, August 14, 1814 ; d. there June 11, 1889. 

Dean, b. 1816 ; d. October 18, 1888. 

Eliza ; m. Simeon Bullen in 1835. 

550. FREDERICK (461 Gideon, 24 Gideon, 5 James, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married Charity Decker (b. in Pennsylvania, 1810 ; d. Te- 
cumseh, Mich., May 12, 1886). 

Mr. Tiffany, in 1829, built the first wooden bridge that crossed the 
Thames. 

CHILD. 

654. i. Charlotte Adeline, b. Delaware, Canada, April 22, 1841 ; m. her cousin, 
(519) George Sylvester Tiffany. 

551. ALBERT (461 Gideon, 24 Gideon, 5 James, 2 James, 1 
Humphrey). Married Sarah Jane Reynolds (b. September 25, 1820), dau. 
of John Reynolds and Patience Kilborn. 

When Albert Tiffany was an infant in his mother's arms, a party of Indi- 
ans entered his father's cabin, demanding something to eat. Mrs. Tiffany 
said she had no provisions for them, whereupon the chief sprang in front 
of her, and, bringing his tomahawk down with lightning speed, grazed her 
head and buried the blade in the back of the old-fashioned chair in 
which she sat. Mrs. Tiffany remained motionless, gazing unflinchingly at 
the savages. The chief exclaimed in admiration, ** Heap brave squaw," 
and, turning, left the cabin with the braves, who never molested the Tif- 
fanys again. When less than twelve, Albert Tiffany was a mail carrier, and 
was frequently chased by wolves in the forest through which he had to 
travel. He studied medicine with his uncle, Dr. Oliver Tiffany, but sub- 
sequently took to farming. 

children. 

(All bom in Delaware, Canada. ) 

Gideon K., b. about 1855. 

John Albert, b. June 28, 1857. 

Edward Maitland, b. 1853 ; d. July 12, 1884, Madison, Dakota. Un- 
married. 

Hannah Catherine, m. J. R. Kilfern. 

Patience Cecilia, b. 1843 ; d. December 26, 1884 ; m. Fernando Dunello 
Van Patten, May, 1865. Children : 572 Albert John, b. Aylmer, Canada ; 
573 Maggie, b. Aylmer, Canada ; m. Edward Low of London. 

Sarah ; m. T. O. Ives. 

Serena Josephine ; m. E. R. Davis. 

Clara E.; m. Dr. W. R Baker. 



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556. 


ii. 


657. 


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558. 


iv. 


559. 


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48 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

556. JOHN ALBERT (551 Albert, 461 Gideon, 24 Gideon, 
5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Wallace Forge, Ont, 
August 26, 1876, Mary P. Wellman (b. Lampton County, Ont., November 
15, 1845), dau. of Hiram Lee Wellman and Elizabeth Foley. 

CHILDREN. 

(All born in Delaware, Canada.) 

Albert Gideon, b. January 1, 1877. 
Lottie May, b. August 15, 1879. 
John Maitland, b. April 15, 1880. 
Addie Eliza, b. September 15, 1883. 
Hiram Lee, b. February 6, 1885. 
Euphemia, b. June 9, 1880. 
Sarah Jane, b. February 1, 1887. 
Clifford Edmund, b. September 11, 1891. 
Mary Elizabeth, b. February 14, 1893. 



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DANIEL TIFFANY BRANCH. 

25. DANIEL (5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in 
Attleboro, Mass., April 17, 1762, Mary Woodcock (b. March 15, 1745 ; <**~ • *4 
d. April 6, 1787) ; m., second, Phoebe Adams (b. Brooklyn, Ct., March //f *"^ 
22, 1753; d. Sturbridge, Mass., May 8, 1825). 

Daniel Tiffany was a soldier in the revolutionary war, and, although but 
a boy at the time of the expedition to Crown Point, he participated in 
that event. See Massachusetts Archives. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 
(All born in Attleboro.) 

674. i. Daniel, b. April 1, 1764 ; d. Webster, Mas*., November 6, 1855. 

675. ii. Sally, b. March 12, 1766 ; d. August 23, 1847 ; m. Manning. 

676. iiL Mary, b. August 25, 1768; d. Killingly, Conn., 1850; m. Walter BicknelL 

Child : Baxter. 

677. iv. Edmond Hodges, b. December 6, 1771 ; d. West Woodstock, Conn., May 

22, 1854. 
Allen, b. December 14, 1773; d. Ashford, Conn., July 11, 1833. 
Lucinda, b. April 7, 1775. 

Hannah, b. July 11, 1777; d. November 11, 1849; m. Abel Joslyn. 
David, b. May 3, 1780; d. West Woodstock, Conn., October 6, 1849. 
Jonathan, b. June 20, 1782 ; d. Hartford, Conn., December 12, 1865. 
Nathan Seneca, b. March 20, 1785 ; d. Lenox, Pa., June 5, 1828. 

CHILD BY SECOND MARRIACE. 

684. xi Lucinda, 2d, b. Noble, N. Y., August 16, 1790; d. Danielsvillc, Conn., Feb- 
ruary 6, 1886 ; m., in Sturbridge, Mass., August 16, 1813, He man Steadman 
(b. August 16, 1790 ; d. East Brooklyn, Conn., June 12, 1865). Children : 
596 Evelina, b. Sturbridge, Mass., June 18, 1814; d. October 21, 1877; 
m. August 30, 1835, Evan Hutchins Malbone (b. Killingly, Conn., Sep- 
tember 18, 1811),— had Ellen Frances, b. Killingly, Conn., July 16, 1837; 
m., May 17, 1865, Benjamin John Dodge of Worcester, Mass. ; 597 Dan. 
iel Tiffany, b. Sturbridge, Mass., August 12, 1820; d. there August 
29, 1822; 698 Maryctta, b. Sturbridge, Mass., July 1, 1825; m., first, in 
Brooklyn, Conn., February 2, 1851, Edwin Bicknell ; married, second, in 
Killingly, Conn., April 16, 1879, Henry Prince, — had by first marriage 
Frank Steadman, b. November 9, 1851 ; m., May, 1878, Edna Isalwllc 
Baker of Worcester, Mass., — have (a) Clarence L., b. November 2, 1880; 
(b) Herbert Tiffany, b. April 7, 1883. 

574. DANIEL (25 Daniel, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Mar- 
ried Parmelia Perry (b. Brimfield, Mass., June 6, 1782; d. Auburn, 



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v. 


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680. 


vii. 


581. 


viii. 


682. 


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50 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

Mass., June 21, 1850), dau. of Abner Perry (d. South Brirafield, Mass.,) 
and Mercy Hill (d. South Brimfield, Mass.) 

CHILDREN. 

685. I Demosthenes, b. Canterbury, Conn., March 96, 1803 ; d. Auburn, Mass., 

July 11, 1878. 

686. ii. George Clinton, b. June 21, 1804 ; d. September 10, 1880 ; m., in Wood' 

stock, Mass., Mrs. Harriet Carpenter (d. 1870). 

Albert Gallatin, b. May 6, 1806 ; d. August 6, 1809. 

Laura, b. June 17, 1808; m., in Webster, Mass., January 22, 1827, James 
Brown. 

Pierrepont, b. February 21, 1810 ; d. January 11, 1826. 

Lewis Nelson, b. July 12, 1812 ; d. September 12, 1827. 

Adelaide, b. March 2G, 1813 ; d. December 13, 1889 ; m., in Webster, 
Mass., November 3, 1833, John Davis (d. July 22, 1888). 
592. viii. Emblaide, b. July 11, 1815 ; m., in Webster, Mass., Chester Otis (b. South* 
bridge, Mass.). Children : 819 Lawyer Tiffany, b. Webster, Mass., Au- 
gust 11, 1849 j m., June 1873, May McDonald ; 620 Everett, b. Webster, 
Mass., February 27, 1852; d. there September, 1855; 621 Frank, b. 
Worcester, Mass., March 17, 1854 ; d. September, 1855 ; 622 Emma Lu- 
cille, b. Webster, Mass., October 31, 1855 ; m., November 21, 1877, Frank 
L. Sanford of Baltimore, Md. 

693. ix. NANCY A. t b. May 13, 1817 ; d. January 19, 1891 ; m., in Thompson, Conn., 

April 21, 1876, Ephraim Kingsbury (d. August 13, 1881). 

694. x. Sally, b. April 2, 1820. 

595. xl. Violette, b. May 5, 1823 ; m., in Essex, Conn., July 9, 1851, Justin Doane 
(d. August 7, 1891). Children : 623 Justice E., b. Essex, Conn., May 4, 
1852 ; m., December 24, 1877, Augusta Williams ; had (a) Justus Everett, 
b. March 8, 1879 ; (b) Carl Cleveland, b. March 8, 1879 ; 624 Daniel T., 
b. November 5, 1855; m., December 29, 1884, Fannie S. Mack ; had (a) 
Abram Justus, b. October 19, 1886 ; (b) Betsey Rankin, b. July 10, 1886. 

585. DEMOSTHENES (574 Daniel, 25 Daniel, 5 James, 2 
James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Webster, Mass., Almira Twiss (b. 
Charlton, Mass., April 12, 1806; d. Auburn, Mass., December 28, 1878), 
dau. of Thomas Twiss. 

CHILDREN. 

699. \. George, b. Webster, Mast., January 12, 1831; m., in Worcester, Mass., 
March 29, 1857, Emeline E. Langlier (b. St. Hyacinth, Canada, April, 
1838), dau. of Isaac Langlier (b. Riviere du Loup, Canada, September, 
1806; d. Palmer, Mass., July 1, 1878) and Julia Le Mai (b. Riviere du 
Loup, Canada, March 20, 1810 ; d. July 31, 1889). S. P. 

600. ii. William H., b. Webster, Mass., December 2, 1832 ; d. Springfield, Mass., 
November 21, 1881 ; m., in Warren, Mass., July 19, 18C5, Avis M. Knight 
(b. Warren, Mass., September 19, 1833), dau. of Royal Knight (b. Warren, 
Mass.; d. there December 14, 1853) and Mary Ann Hunter (b. New Brain* 
ited, Mass., November 29, 1810 ; d. Warren, Mass., September 6, 1867). 
S. P. 




HARRIET AMANDA TREMBLEV. 

(Daughter of Comfort Tiffany.) 

(414.) 



THE T/FFANYS OF AMERICA. 51 

601. iii. Edwin D., b, Canaan, Conn., April 18, 1838. In the Civil War he was a 

private in Company F, 42d M. V. M. 

602. iv. Mary A., b. in Canaan, Conn., November 24, 1842. 

603. v. Charles M., b. Auburn, Mass., April 13, 1847. In the Civil War he was a 

musician in Company K, 42d M. V. M. 

577. EDMOND HODGES (25 Daniel, 5 James, 2 James, 1 
Humphrey). Married in Woodstock., Conn., Mary Howlett (b. Wood- 
stock, Conn., September 17, 1770; d. there October 3, 1813), dau. of 
John Howlett. 

children. 

(All born at Woodstock.) 

604. L Lucy, b. April 24, 1797 ; d. Putnam, Conn., October 23, 1881 ; m. Cyrus 

Whitmore. Children: 606 Daniel, b. Killingly, Conn., December 24, 
1824; d. Putnam, Conn., December 1, 1854; m., in Providence, R. I., 
August 10, 1859, Cordelia A. Darling ; had (a) Helen M., b. August 31, 
1860 ; (b) David Benjamin, b. February 3, 1862 ; d. May 21, 1871 ; 607 
Edmond Tiffany, b. Killingly, Conn., March 14, 1828; m., in Plainfield, 
Conn., May 17, 1859, Ellen Augusta Sheppy (b. Oxford, Mass., 1842); had 
a) Clara Louise, b. February 14, 1860 ; (b) Edward Fremont, b. August 
22, 1861 ; (c) Walter Keith, b. June 26, 1871 ; d. June 28, 1872 ; (d) 
Clarence Norton, b. October 4, 1878; d. September 11, 1879. 

605. ii. Edmond Prelate, b. Woodstock, Conn., September 26, 1808 ; d. South* 

bridge, Mass., December 22, 1886. 

60S. EDMOND PRELATE (577 Edmond Hodges, 25 Daniel, 
5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, October 9, 1834, Lavinia 
Amelia Marsh (b. Southbridge, Mass., December 7, 1814), dau. of Cap- 
tain Salem Marsh (b. Southbridge, Mass., 1786; d. there August 8, 1819) 
and Susan Brown (b. Ashford, Conn., December, 1791 ; d. Southbridge, 
Mass., September 16, 1864). 

CHILDREN. 

608. i. Salem Judson, b. Coventry, Conn., April 21, 1837 ; died in Andersonville 

Prison, September 1, 1864. He was wounded at the battle of New Market, 
Va., May 15, 1864, and died a prisoner of war. 

609. ii. Mary Amelia, b. Coventry, Conn., September 18, 1839; m., in South- 

bridge, Mass., April 14, 1859, John R. Amidon. Child : 614 Salem, b. 
Southbridge, Mass., March 2, 1860 ; m., in Toledo, O., May, 1881, Hat' 
tie L. Parks. 

610. iii. Edwin Everett, b. Southbridge, Mass., August 22, 1845. 

611. iv. Harlan Page, b. Southbridge, Mass., October 20, 1847; d. there February 

18, 1850. 

612. v. Austin Wales, b. Southbridge, Mass., November 9, 1849 ; m. t in South. 

bridge, Mass., December 9, 1872, Fanny I. Green. Children : 617 Annie 
Maud, b. Southbridge, Mass.; 618 Hattie Sarah, b. Worcester, Mass., 
January 5, 1890. 



52 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

619. tL Harlan Paoe, 2d, b. Southbridge, Mass., February 4, 1852; m., in South- 
bridge, October 20, 1881, Minnie V. Hyde. Children (born in South- 
bridge, Mass.): Harlan Hyde, b. November 17, 1882; d. Southbridge, 
August 12, 1886 ; Ethel Marsh, b. November 7, 1884. 



610. EDWIN EVERETT (605 Edmond Prelate, 577 Edmont> 
Hodges, 25 Daniel, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Wo- 
burn, Mass., January 8, 1879, Helen Marie Hyde (b. Woburn, Mass., 
October 10, 1858), dau. of Nathan Hastings Hyde (b. Medford, Mass., 
November 14, 1828; d. Woburn, Mass., January 12, 1877) and Lorena 
Abby Pelsnc (b. North Stockholm, N. Y., October 20, 1834). 

Shortly after Mr. Tiffany's school days were over the Civil War broke 
out, and he, with nine of his classmates, enlisted, in August, 1862, in the 
first company of the 45th Cadet Regiment of Boston, under Colonel 
Charles R. Codman. This was a nine-months regiment. Mr. Tiffany was 
ordered South, and participated in the battles of Malvern, Whitehall, 
Kingston and Goldsboro'. Returning to Boston, he was mustered out of 
service in June, 1863. Hearing of the death of his brother Salem Judson 
in Andersonville Prison, he reentered the army and was assigned to service 
with the 17th New York, remaining in service until the close of the war. 
He was stationed at the headquarters of Brigadier-General Wessels until he 
was mustered out of service, in June, 1865. He engaged in the hotel 
business in New York, and in August, 1866, joined the 7th Regiment of 
that city, serving three years. 

CHILDREN. 

615. i. Elsie Hyde, b. Southbridge, Mass., August 23, 1879. 
016. ii. Carroll Hubert, b. New York City, January 13, 1887. 

582. JONATHAN (25 Daniel, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, in Woodstock, Conn., December 20, 1807, Experience Chamber- 
lain (b. Pomfret, Conn., June 18, 1789; d. Hartford, Conn., July 31, 
1861), dau. of Edmund Chamberlain (b. Woodstock, Conn., March, 1743 ; 
d. there October 24, 1824) and Elizabeth Kingsley (b. July, 1747 ; d. 
Sturbridge, Mass., July 12, 1835). 

children. 

626. i. Palmer Chamberlain, b. Sturbridge, Mass., April 7, 1809 ; d. Mt. Pleas- 
ant, la., July 16, 1900 ; m., in Sturbridge, Mass., January 1, 1835, Eliza Che- 
ney (b. Sturbridge, Mass., December 14, 1808), dau. of Penuel Cheney (b. 
Sturbridge, Mass., 1781 ; d. Mount Pleasant, la., October, 1843) and Huldah 
Tarbel (b. Sturbridge, Mass., 1783). Mr. Tiffany was for many years a 
resident of Mount Pleasant, la., where he was one of the early pioneers and 




GIDEON TIFFANY. 

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THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 53 

i 

kept the Tiffany House, a celebrated hotel in the old days on the route 
between Council Bluffs and Burlington. Mr. Tiffany was a member of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church of Mount Pleasant, and until long after he 
passed the age of eighty he was a singer in the choir. S. P. 

626. ii Edwin Demosthenes, b. Sturbridge, Mass., December 10, 1810 ; d. Hart- 

ford, Conn., April 12, 1890. 

627. Hi. Lucian, b. Sturbridge, Mass., September 23, 1813. 

628. \r. Elizabeth Kingsley, b. Southbridge, Mass., July 15, 1815; d. November 

11, 1862, at Philadelphia ; m., first, September, 1835, Franklin Dana Hall, 
(d. Philadelphia, Pa., January 13, 1857) ; m., second, in 1859, William 
Cooper of Philadelphia. Children (by first marriage) : 639 Ellen Elizabeth, 
b. Hartford, Conn., September 12, 1837; d. Philadelphia, Pa., April 4, 
1857; ro., in Philadelphia, Pa., January 13, 1857, Thomas Belcher, S. P.; 
640 Julia Emma, b. Philadelphia, Pa., April 14, 1840; m., in Hartford, 
Conn., October 8, 1868, George Breed; have (a) Charles Allen, b. Hart- 
ford, Conn., April 7, 1878; (b) James Otis, b. Hartford, Conn., April 4, 
1882; (c) Franklin Nelson, b. Hartford, Conn., June 28, 1890. 

629. v. Mary, b. Sturbridge, Mass., August 6, 1818; d. in infancy. 

630. vi. Susan E, b. Southbridge, Mass., December 8, 1820; d. Hartford, Conn., 

December 29, 1900; m., in Hartford, Conn., November 7, 1843, John 
Robert Youngs (b. Stamford, Conn., July 30, 1818 ; d. New Britain, Conn., 
February 6, 1880), son of William Youngs and Elizabeth Elwood Walmsley. 
Children : 642 Edwin Tiffany, b. Hartford, Conn., April 2, 18-15 ; d. Lon- 
don, Eng., August 6, 1886; m., in New Britain, Conn., March 5, 1867, 
Emma Cornelia Rogers; had (a) Julie Ellwood, b. New Britain, Conn., 
December 15, 1867 ; (b) Nina May, b. August 8, 1874 ; d. Hartford, Conn., 
November 10, 1874; (c) Eugene Rogers, b. Hartford, Conn., August 8, 
1876 ; 643 Charles Robert, b. July 27, 1849 ; d. January, 1898. 

631. vit Louisa A., b. Southbridge, Mass., February 8, 1825; d. Windsorville, 

Conn., February 26, 1887; m., in Southbridge, Mass., November 7, 1843, 
Edward H. Beach. Children : 644 Maria Louisa, b. November 25, 1844 ; 
d. New Britain, Conn., May 31, 1868 ; 645 Edward Tiffany, b. Hartford, 
Conn., March 7, 1847; m., October 27, 1870, Jennie Dwyer ; had May 
Frances. 



628. EDWIN DEMOSTHENES (582 Jonathan, 25 Daniel, 
5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, October 22, 1832, Esther 
E. Cooper; m., second, in Hartford, Conn., September 19, 1838, Julia Ann 
Camp (b. in Hartford, Conn., February 28, 1809; d. there March 9, 
1886), dau. of Captain Samuel Camp (b. 1769 ; d. December 3, 1833) 
and Tabitha Seymour (b. May, 1780; d. Hartford, Conn., October 3, 
1871). 

Mr. Tiffany went to Hartford in 1830, starting the New England 
Review. In 1836 he established the printing house of Case, Tiffany & 
Co., which became the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company, the largest 
printing house in Connecticut. He retired from business in 1857, but in 
1861 became president of the Merchants and Manufacturers Bank, from 



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which he retired in January, 1877. In 1878 he went into the brokerage 
business, in which he was actively engaged until the time of his death. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Hartford, Conn.) 

683. i. Edwin Palmer, b, July 21, 1840 ; d. Hartford, Conn., December 31, 1891 ; 
m., June 1, 1881, Alida W. Price. S. P. 

Julia Esther, b. March 11, 1842 ; d. Hartford, Conn., August 5, 1845. 

Georoe Morton, b. June 4, 1844. 

Emma Frances, b. December 31, 1845 ; d. Hartford, Conn., January 13, 
1887 ; m., in Hartford, Conn., October 10, 1867, Charles S. Gillette (d. 
January 10, 1887). Children : 651 11 at tie, b. April 27, 1869 ; 652 Edwin 
Tiffany, b. May 4, 1872 ; d. April 10, 1873 ; 663 Lucy, b. June 2, 1874 ; 
d, June 8, 1875 ; 654 Charles Howard, b. December 18, 1875 ; m., Decern* 
bcr 18, 1896, Marion Pope; had (a) Dorothy Pope, b. October 18, 1898; 
(b) George Pope, b. November 19, 1900; 655 Norman, b. March 19, 
1878 ; 656 Harry Camp, b. September 25, 1879 ; 657 Emma, b. January 
3, 1881. 

637. v. Robert Francis, b. May 18, 1848 ; d. August 3, 1849. 

638. vi. Harriet Lewis, b. March 29, 1800; m., in Hartford, Conn., September 

22, 1870, Charles Harvey Northam (l>. Washington, R. I., March 9, 1842), 
son of Hanford M. Northam (b. August 18, 1800 ; d. November 18, 1886) 
and Marcy H. Chace (b. March 1, 1813). Children : 658 Arline, b. August 
16, 1871 ; 659 Edwin Tiffany, b. February 28, 1875 ; 660 Russell Chace, 
b. July 30, 1876 ; m., December 14, 1899, Jennie Elizabeth Hyde, dau. of 
Salisbury and Charlotte Cross Hyde of Hartford, Conn.; 661 Hattie Tif- 
fany, b. December 1, 1878 ; 662 Carl Harvey, b. March 13, 1881. 

635. GEORGE MORTON (626 Edwin Demosthenes, 582 
Jonathan, 25 Daniel, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, 
in Chicago, 111., 1864, Ellen Frances Seymour (b. East Hartford, Conn., 
April 2, 1840); m., second, in Boston, Mass., April, 1881, Jane Smith 
(b. Boston, Mass., October 9, 1862). 

children by first wife. 

648. i. Nellie Pierson, b. Mount Pleasant, la., February 28, 1866; d. Hartford, 
Conn., April 27, 1876. 

647. ii. (Georgia Maud, b. Hartford, Conn., August 18, 1866 ; m., in St. Louis, 

Ma, August 3, 1892, De Grey Fitzwilliam Crozier(b. South Orange, N. J., 
February 26, 1856), son of William Henry Crozier (b. Halifax ; d. Illi- 
nois, 1881) and Marilla Metzler (b. Halifax, 1822 ; d. Jersey City, N. J., 
1881). Child : DeGrey Tiffany, b. July 21, 1893 ; d. July 23, 1893. 

648. iii. Edwin D., b. July 23, 1881 ; d. December 18, 1888. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

648a. iv. Carlos G., b. June 17, 1882. 

649. v. Rachel Kendall, b. Boston, Mass., November 3, 1886. 
660. vi. Ruth Anderson, b. July 4, 1893. 



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627. LUCIAN (582 Jonathan, 25 Daniel, 5 James, 2 James, 1 
Humphrey). Married, in West Boylston, Mass., October 1, 1835, Julia 
Ann Burdett (b. Lancaster, Mass., August 18, 1814; d. June 12, 1897), 
dau. of John Burdett (b. Leominster, Mass., February 19, 1777; d. Clin- 
ton, Mass., August 14, 1856) and Sally Shute (b. Maiden, Mass., Decem- 
ber 3, 1784; d. Clinton, Mass., March 17, 1832). 

CHILDREN. 

663. i. Ellen Frances, b. Sturbridge, Mass., April 23, 1839. 

664. U. Mary Adaline, b. Hartford, Conn., June 2, 1846. An artist of some dis- 

tinction. 

583. NATHAN SENECA (25 Daniel, 5 James, 2 James, 1 

Humphrey). Married in Canterbury, Conn., July 18, 1805, Anna Pel- 
lett (b. Canterbury, Conn., June 28, 1787; d. Gibson, Pa., March 2, 
1856), dau. of Jesse Pellett (b. Canterbury, Conn., 1759; d. there) and 
Anna Parkes (b. Canterbury, Conn., 1759; d. South Harford, Pa., April 
1848). 

After Nathan Tiffany's death, his widow married, in 1833, David 
Carpenter, who moved from Attleboro, Mass., to Susquehanna County, 
Pa., in 1809. In the spring of 1812 Nathan S. Tiffany went with his 
family from Canterbury, Conn., to Lenox, Susquehanna County, Pa., 
where he bought 175 acres of land. He held a number of prominent town- 
ship offices, was a fine musician, and, with his sons, Emilus, Russell, Cur- 
tis and Horace, and a nephew, Edwin B. Woodward, made up what was 
for years known as the Tiffany Band. 

children. 

665. i. Lyman, b. Canterbury, Conn., July 2, 1806; d. Lenox, Pa., February 15, 

1866; m. Betsey Phillips of New York State. S. P. 

666. ii. Emilus, b. Canterbury, Conn., February 19, 1808 ; d. South Harford, Pa., 

May 5, 1880. 

667. iii. Louisa Maria, \\ Canterbury, Conn., August 31, 1810 ; d. Nicholson, Pa., 

January 3, 1870; m., first, in 1832, Russell Woodward (b, Columbia, 
Conn., December 18, 1811 ; d. Clifford, Pa., April 1, 1840) ; m., second, 
about 1846, Hiram Tanner (b. 1804 ; d. Lathrop, Pa., October 31, 1885). 
Children (by first marriage) : 683 Edwin Bezabel, b. April 10, 1834 ; d. 
Pocano, Pa., 1865 ; m., November 10, 1856, Anna M. Warner ; had (a) 
Alice, b. Pocano, Pa.; d. Nicholson, Pa., aged 4; (b) Francis Edwin, b. 
South Gibson, Pa., April, 1860, graduate of the New England Conserva- 
tory of Music, and a well-known baritone ; m., in Newark, O., December 
7, 1891, Emily Richardson Ellis ; had Dorothy Marie, b. Boston, Mass., 
June 3, 1893 ; 684 Emily Marcella, b. October 23, 1835 ; d. Scranton, Pa., 
August 14, 1888; m., in Lenox, Pa., 1852, Abraham Purdy ; had (a) Elsie, 
(b)Ella, (c) Charles ; 685 Louisa Elizabeth, b. October 16, 1839 ; m., in Hyde 



56 - HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

Park, Pa., February 14, 1885, William J. Stuart (b. Dunmore, Pa., Feb- 
ruary 23, 1868), S. P. Child (by second marriage): 686 Uliaett Delphine, b. 
Jackson, Pa., November 36, 1849 ; m., in Lathrop, Pa., March 8, 1864, 
Marion Betta (b. Lathrop, Pa., February 15, 1845) ; had (a) William La 
Grande, b. Scranton, Pa., April 4, 1865 ; m., in Wilkesbarre, Pa., December 
8, 1801, Sadie A. Quick, granddaughter of Milton Tiffany ; (b) Edwin Ever* 
ett, b. Scranton, Pa., October 8, 1866 ; m., in Honesdale, Pa., June 7, 
1893, Julia Davison Blandin. 

668. iv. Chauncey, b. Canterbury, Conn., May 3, 1812 ; d. there July, 1813. 

669. v. Emily Johnson, b. Lenox, Pa., June 13, 1816; m., in Carbondale, Pa., 

August 0, 1835, Cyrus Bissell Woodward, brother of Russell Woodward, 
who m. Louisa M. Tiffany (b. Columbia, Conn., May 26, 1813; d. Dakota, 
la., May 4, 1883). Children : 687 Nathan Truman, b. Clifford, Pa., June 
18, 1836 ; m., in Bethany, Pa., October 27, 1857, Adelia A. Parmenter (b. 
Gibson, Pa., August 19, 1838) ; had (a) Charles Calvin, b. South Gibson, 
Pa., August 19, 1858; (b) William Wallace, b. South Gibson, Pa., Decem- 
ber 19, 1861 ; (c) David De Los, b. South Gibson, Pa., July 9, 1868 ; (d) 
Mabel Ellen, b. Nicholson, Pa., May 19, 1877; d. Dakota, la., July 29, 
1891; 688 Angeline Marenda, b. Clifford, Pa., October 21, 1837; d. at 
Susquehanna, Pa., August 16, 1899; m., in Susquehanna, Pa., October 
2, 1858, Charles Wesley Resseguie (b. South Gibson, Pa., June 2, 1834 ; 
d. Susquehanna, Pa., May 24, 1898) ; had (a) George Everett, b. July 12, 
1862 ; d. June 9, 1891 ; HI., in Clifford, Pa., August 27, 1688, Adah Erne- 
line Chamberlain (b. Clifford, Pa., August, 1866; d. September 15, lb99); 
had Willis Woodward, b. Susquehanna, Pa., June 1, 1889; (b) Eugenie 
Gertrude, b. January 1, 1865 ; 688a Ellen Celinda, b. South Gibson, Pa., 
May 8, 1841 ; d. September 6, 1841 ; 688b Nelson Lysander, b. South 
Gibson, Pa., August 1, 1842 ; d. August 25, 1842. 

Edwin, b. South Harford, Pa., September 7, 1818; d. September 9, 1891. 

Russell, b. South Harford, Pa., March 14, 1821 ; d. 1899. 

CURTIS, b. Lenox, Pa., July 17, 1823 ; d. Petersburgh, Va., July 29, 1864; 
m., in Lathrop, Pa., January 1, 1852, Caroline S. Lord. Child: 689 
Augusta, b. Lathrop, Pa., August 14, 1859. He was a member of Com- 
pany II, 187th Pennsylvania Volunteers, enlisting May 1, 1864. 

673. ix. ALMIKA, b. Lenox, Pa., June 2, 1825 ; d. Gibson, Pa., June, 1853 ; m., 

October 26, 1843, John B. Walker (b. Allegheny County, Pa., June 13, 
1820). Children: 690 Frances Ellen, b. Gibson, Pa., October 21, 1844; 
d. October 12, 1846; 691 Emma Francena, b. Prompton, Pa., August 6, 
1848; m., May 14, 1808, Jerome F. Stocker of Hamilton, Pa.; 692 John 
Franklin Eugene, b. July 14, 1851 ; d. August 30, 1853 ; 693 Almiron, b. 
June 18, 1853 ; d. September 14, 1853. 

674. x. Horace Nathan, b. Lenox, Pa., April 11, 1827. 

675. xi. Anna Elizabeth, b. Lenox, Pa., January 30, 1829 ; d. South Gibson, Pa., 

September 18, 1897; m., first, in Gibson, Pa., July 19, 1846, John Denny 
(b. Gibson, Pa., March 3, 1826 ; d. June 4, 1864) ; m., second, in Jackson, 
Pa., March 27, 1875, John Stcenback (b. Gibson, Pa., January 13, 1816). 
Children (by first marriage, all born in Gibson, Pa., no issue by second 
marriage): 700 Clarissa Ann, b. June 26, 1847; m., in Gibson, Pa., De- 
cember 25, 1864, Willard Gillett ; had (a) Ernest, b. Gibson, Pa., Decern- 
ember 16, 1865 ; (b) Mareau, b. Gibson, Pa., February 22, 1867 ; (c) 



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THE TJFFANYS OF AMERICA. 57 

Frank ie, b. Gibson, Pa., June 19, 1869 ; d. Jackson, Pa., September 16, 
1874 ; (d) Sadie, b. Jackson, Pa., May 15, 1873 ; (e) Justin, b. Kearney, 
Neb., January 6, 1881 ; 701 Helen Louise, b. Norember 7, 1849 ; m., in 
Gibson, Pa., November 24, 18G8, William Emory Resseguie, brother of 
Charles W. ; had (a) Olin Freeman, b. South Gibson, Pa., August 13, 1869 ; 
(b) Franklin Fitch, b. South Gibson, Pa., January 23, 1875 ; (c) Homer 
J., b. South Gibson, Pa., June 2, 1884 ; 702 Emma Almira, b. May 18, 
1854 ; d. Kearney, Neb., May 3, 1889 ; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., July 11, 1873, 
Edwin G. Wilmarth ; had (a) Celia May, b. Jackson, Pa., August 11, 1877; 
d. March 12, 1879 ; (b) Charles, b. Jackson, Pa., January 3, 1881. 

006. EMILUS (583 Nathan Seneca, 25 Daniel, 5 James, 2 
James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in Brooklyn, Pa., November 15, 
1830, Alma Thayer (b. Quebec, Canada, January 16, 1810; d. Harford, 
Pa., November 28, 1864), dau. of Aaron Thayer and Margaret Ballard ; 
m., second, in Gibson, Pa., April 11, 1866, Mrs. Sarah Hughes Jenkins, 

dau. of* Edward Hughes. 

children. 

(All born in South Harford, Pa. All by first marriage.) 
676. L Lucinda, b. May 13, 1832 ; d. South Harford, Pa., January 8, 1881 ; m. . in 
Lenox, Pa., November 28, I860, Ziba Carey. Children : 703 Clarence 
Livingston, b. September 11, 1861 ; m. Lizzie Oakley; had (a) Flossie, (b) 
Floyd, (c) Jessie ; 704 Alma Louise, b. October 22, 1862 ; m. Chauncey 
Rhodes ; had (a) Beraice, (b) an infant daughter ; 705 George T., b. June 
20, 1867 ; m. Miss Phillips ; had two children ; 706 Grace M., b. July 10, 
1872 ; m., in 1893, Charles Hull. 

Alonzo, b. April 7, 1834. 

Judson Nathan, b. May 1, 1837 ; d. December 6, 1896. 

Amanda Malvina, b. February 3, 1839 ; m., in Scrnnton, Pa., July 4, 1866, 
John F. Carey, brother of Ziba Carey, who married her sister Lucinda. 
Children : 712 Clara, b. Peckville, Pa., May 16, 1866; m. Ellsworth Payne 
of Harford, Pa., and has two children ; 713 Arthur Judd, b. Blakcly, Pa., 
August 8, 1867 ; d. Dunnings, Pa., August 2, 1868 ; 714 Judson Welling- 
ton, b. Dunning, Pa., December 1, 1868 ; 715 Orlando I)., b. Moscow, 
Pa., June 14, 1870; d. there December 8, 1874; 716 Edward C, b. Mos- 
cow, Pa., November 20, 1872 ; d. there November 25, 1873 ; 717 Anna L., 
b. Moscow, Pa., October 11, 1874; 718 Willis Harrington, b. Moscow, 
Pa., May 13, 1877; 719 Ellen Louisa, b. Moscow, Pa., August 16, 1881. 

Cyrus Augustine, b. July 14, 1841. 

Edmund, b. November 6, 1843. 

Emma Louisa, b. July 27, 1849 ; m., in Clifford, Pa., July 25, 1874, John 
W. Stevens (b. Nicholson, Pa., December 28, 1855> Child : 726 Harry 
P., b. Harford, Pa., January 26, 1877. 

677. ALONZO (666 Emilus, 583 Nathan Seneca, 25 Daniel, 
5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Great Bend, Pa., August 
3, 1861, Minnie M. Davis, dau. of Chauncey Davis and Charity Sparks. 



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58 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

CHILDREN. 
(All born In Harford, Pa.) 

707. I. Elmer Duane, b. July 25, 1862 ; m., July 18, 1891, Vina Si vers. 

708. 11 Emit Eloisb, b. May 6, 1804 ; m., February 5, 1888, George Tripp. 

709. HI Arthur Alonzo, b. February 27, 1870 ; m., August 17, 1892, Laura Search. 

678. JUDSON NATHAN (666 Emilus, 583 Nathan Seneca, 
25 Daniel/ 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in South Gibson, 
Pa., January 17, 1863, Mary Adeline Barnard (b. Harford, Pa., Novem- 
ber 17, 1842), dau. of Gordon Barnard and Lucy De Ferris. 

children. 
(All born in l'ittston, Pa.) 

710. i. Nkttib Alma, b. July 4, 1866; m., October 30, 1890, Charles Waters. 

Child : 727 Paul Chester, b. Pittston, Pa., August 24, 1891. 

711. ii. De Ferris Thayer, b. December 10, 1871 ; d. December 25, 1892. Was 

killed by falling from the top of a freight car. 

680. CYRUS AUGUSTINE (666 Emilus, 583 Nathan Seneca, 
23 Daniel, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in Clifford, 
Pa., August 31, 1864, Addie S. Howell (b. February 15, 1846; d. Brook- 
lyn, Pa., November 6, 1865), dau. of Edward Howell; m., second, in 
Lenox, Pa., April 15, 1868, Anna Pickering (b. July 29, 1845; d. Sep- 
tember 23, 1896), dau. of Nathaniel Pickering and Marantha Pepper; m., 
third, May 11, 1898, Mrs. Phebe E. Cutler of Crawford, Neb., dau. of 
David Ketchum and Myrenda Blakely. 

Cyrus A. Tiffany, at the age of 22, enlisted in response to the call 
for ninety-day men to defend Maryland and Pennsylvania against the 
invasion of Lee. In February, 1864, he again enlisted in the national 
service for three years. At the close of the war he was discharged from 
the army, but his health was so impaired that for thirteen years he was un- 
able to engage in business. In 1878 he moved with his family to Ne- 
braska, where his strength was restored, and he was able to teach success- 
fully for ten years, when he retired from his professional labors. He is 
now a resident of Grand Island, Neb. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

720. i. Gertie F., b. March 14, 1869 ; m., in St. Paul, Neb., June 23, 1884, Rich- 

ard N. Longmatc. Children : 728 Ethel N., b. October 20, 1891 ; 729 Ber- 
nice A., b. October 21, 1894 ; 730 Cecil R., b. August 30, 1898. 

721. ii. Fkank B., b. March 14, 1869 ; m., in Dannebrog, Neb., November 22, 1892, 

Nora Fowler, dau. of James K. Fowler and Sarah Brayton. Children : 
731, Hazel May, b. October 1, 1893 ; 732 Cyrus J., b. April 26, 1897 ; 
733 Clifford Otis, b. November 11, 1899. 



THE TJFFANYS OF AMERICA, 59 

681. EDMUND (666 Emilus, 583 Nathan Seneca, 25 Daniel, 
5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Harford, Pa., March 
24, 1870, Sarah Elizabeth Moore (b. Harford, Pa., March 6, 1851), dau. of 
Joseph Moore and Demis VVatrous. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in South Harford, Pa.) 

722. i. Eugene E., b. January 22, 1872 ; d. October 6, 1891. 

723. U. Bert E., b. April 7, 1877. 

724. Hi. Clarence J., b. March 22, 1879. 
726. iv. Earl R., b. August 12, 1882. 

670. EDWIN (583 Nathan Seneca, 25 Daniel, 5 James, 2 
James, 1 Humphrey). Married in Binghamton, N. Y., August 10, 1839, 
Joanna Paries (b. Dutchess County, N. Y., July 8, 1822), dau. of John 
Parks and Elizabeth Ingraham. 

CHILDREN. 

734. L Mary Elizabeth, b. Windsor, N. Y., August 23, 1840 ; m., in Youngville, 
N. Y., September 19, 1858, William Brown. Children: 739 Eugene 
Edwin, b. November 2, 1859 ; 740 Ellen Francis, b. March 17, 1801 ; d. 
' May 13, 1862; 741 William Franklin, b. February 7, 1864; 742 Cora 
Arvillia, b. July 12, 1860 ; m., November 16, 1886, John Shoonmaker ; 
had (a) Pearl, b. July 1, 1890 ; d. November 7, 1890 ; (b) Lillian, b. July 
12, 1891 ; 743 Leslie E., b. July 21, 1870 ; d. July 29, 1871 ; 744 Herbert 
T., b. July 23, 1875 ; 745 Mabel Pearl, b. May 12, 1878 ; 746 Eroni 
Charles, b. March 9, 1885. 

736. ii. Ellen Almira, b. Corbettsville, N. Y., April 3, 1842; m., in Fremont 
Centre, N. Y., June 28, I860, Julian Foster DeWitt Child : 747 Edward, 
b. Fremont Centre, N. Y., May 5, 1863 ; m., in Nyack, N. Y., November 
14, 1891, Lillian Gray ; have Gladys, b. Nyack, N. Y., August 10, 1892. 

736. Hi. Amanda Malvina, b. South Harford, Pa., August 23, 1843 ; m., in Jeffer- 
sonville, Pa., January 2, 1860, Joseph Dudgeon (b. Ireland, March 18, 
1836). Children :748 Arthur F., b. Fremont Centre, N. Y., October 18, 
I860 ; m., in Port Huron, Mich., June 27, 1882, Addie Boynton (b. Octo- 
ber 17, 1863); have (a) Gladys, b. Oscoda, Mich., July 28, 1883; d. De- 
cember 22, 1885; (b) Arthur Boynton, b. Oscoda, Mich., May 30, 1888; 
(c) Hazel Pearl, b. Oscoda, Mich., August 13, 1891 ; 749 Ella, b. October 
9, 1862 ; m., in Oscoda, Mich., November 28, 1882, Robert H. Jellard (b. 
October, 1845); have (a) Myrtelle, b. Oscoda, Mich., July 29, 1883; (b) 
Gladys, b. Oscoda, Mich., July 31, 1886; (c) Harry, b. Ashland, Wis., 
April 18, 1888 ; d. July 22, 1888 ; (d) Newton Dc Uresc, b. Ashland, 
Wis., April 4, 1889; d. Hazclhurst, Ga., October 21, 1892; (c) Metta, b. 
August 4, 1891 ; 750 John A., b. Long Eddy, N. Y., August 20, 1864 ; m., 
in Corning, Ark., October 16, 1887, Mary A. Woodall ; have (a) Callah, b. 
January 18, 1889; d. January 29, 1890; (b) Maud, b. Corning, Ark., De- 
cember 18, 1890; (c) Herbert, b. Corning, Ark., April 9, 1893; 761 Ber- 



60 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

tha E., b. Long Eddy, N. Y., June 12, 1867 ; m., in Corning, Ark., Feb. 

ruary IS, 1889, James M. Hawki (b. Pine Bluff, Ark., May 3, 1860); hare 

(a) Gertrude, b. Corning, Ark., December 18, 1890 ; (b) Pearl Irene, b. 

Corning, Ark., October 6, 1892; 752 Edwin; 763 Amanda Pearl, b. 

Oscoda, Mich., June 26, 1877. 
787. iv. George Franklin, b. Pompton, Pa., May 13, 1846 ; d. there April 23, 1846. 
738. v. Caroline Matilda, b. Pompton, Pa., November 29, 1847 ; d. Fremont 

Centre, N. Y., October 13, 1872; m., April 30, 1865, William Grimm. 

Child i 754 Carrie M., b. Fremont Centre, N. Y., September 20, 1872 ; 

m., in Great Bend, Pa., October 3, 1891, Harry Terboss ; had Paul, b. June 

16, 1892. 



671. RUSSELL (583 Nathan Seneca, 25 Daniel, 5 James, 2 
James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Gibson, Pa., February 17, 1842, Abba 
Jane Brundage (b. Union Hill, Pa., December 11, 1818; d. South Gib- 
son, Pa., June 28, 1891). 

CHILDREN. 

755. i. Nathan S., b. Harford, Pa., August 10, 1844 ; d. there July 2, 1845. 

756. ii. Julia Camp, b. South Gibson, Pa., June 4, 1846 ; m., 1866, Asa Williams 

Howard. Child : 760 Norman Williams, b. Gibson, Pa., April 1, 1867 ; 
m., in South Harford, Pa., September 17, 1890, Daisy Dell Reed, dau. of 
Hon. George Reed Resseguie and Hattie M. Ehrgood ; had Harry, b. Sep- 
tember, 1891. 

757. iii. Maky E., b. South Gibson, Pa., April 2, 1852 ; m., in Gibson, Pa., November 

25, 1869, Emerson Follett (b. Harford, Pa., November 8, 1836). Children : 
761 Frank E., b. Lenox, Pa., June 8, 1871 ; 762 Etta M., b. Lenox, Pa., 
December 20, 1874 ; 763 Russell, b. Nebraska, July 11, 1878 ; 764 George 
A., b. Kearney, Neb., November 7, 1880; 765 Abbie, b. Nebraska, Feb- 
ruary 2, 1883 ; 766 Mamie, b. Nebraska, March 19, 1886. 

758. iv. George Russell, b. Gibson, Pa., January 17, 1855. 

759. v. Emily Elizabeth, b. Gibson, Pa., May 21, 1862 ; m., in Jackson, Pa., 

March 12, 1885, Sanford 13yrd Washburn (b. Jackson, Pa., April 30, 1857). 
Children s 770 Lela C. Clare, b. September 13, 1880 ; 771 Genevieve, b. 
September 13, 1887. 



758. GEORGE RUSSELL (671 Russell, 583 Nathan Seneca, 
25 Daniel, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Harford, Pa., 
November 8, 1872, Amelia Mead Marcy (b. West Lenox, Pa., April 16, 
1853). 

CHILDREN. 

767. i. Grace Amelia, b. South Gibson, Pa., November 28, 1873; m., in Peck- 

ville, Pa., October 26, 1892, William Mapleston Bell of Peckville, Pa. 

768. ii. Beulah Pkiscilla, b. Nicholson, Pa., August 3, 1875. 

769. iii. Eulah Abba, b. Nicholson, Pa., August 3, 1875. 

Beulah Priscilla and Eulah Abba were twins. 




JOHN TIFFANY. 

(Son of Dr. Benjamin Tiffany.) 

(784.) 

(From old daguerreotyi*.) 



THE T/FFANVS OF AMERICA. 61 

674. HORACE NATHAN (683 Nathan Seneca, 25 Daniel, 6 
James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in Gibson, Pa., December 
6, 1848, Mary A. Quinlin (b. Wayne County, Pa., January 1, 1830; d. 
May 1, 1864) ; m., second, in Gibson, Pa., October 17, 1865, Estelle A. 
Potter (b. Gibson, Pa., September 2, 1844). 

Mr. Tiffany has held several offices in Susquehanna County, Pa. He 
has been five times elected justice of the peace for Lathrop Township, and 
also taught school for many years. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 

694 i. Emergens, b. May 23, 1853 ; d. September 7, 1880 ; m. Elbert Gillett of 
Cortland County, N. Y. S. P. 

695. ii. • Edwin H., b. May 28, 1857 ; d. January 11, 1864. 

696. iii. Julian DeWitt, b. May 6, 1860. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

697. iv. Edward C, b. March 22, 1869. 

698. ▼. Horace L., b. November 7, 1879. 

699. vi. Ralph, b. February 24, 1883. 

696. JULIAN DeWITT (674 Horace Nathan, 683 Nathan 
Seneca, 25 Daniel, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in La- 
throp, Pa., February 11, 1885, Alverna Pratt (b. Lathrop, Pa., November 
24, 1868). 

CHILDREN. 
(Born in Lathrop, Pa.) 

772. L Gordon, b. January 8, 1887. 

773. ii. Earl, b. September 16, 1888. 

697. EDWARD C. (674 Horace Nathan, 683 Nathan Seneca, 
25 Daniel, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Conklin, 
N. Y., February 11, 1887, Dora Evangeline Waterman. 

CHILDREN. 

774. i. Inez Estella, b. Lathrop, Pa., November 27, 1888. 
776. ii. Bessie Jane, b. Oakland, Pa., July 26, 1891. 



(2 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



DR. BENJAMIN TIFFANY BRANCH. 

28. BENJAMIN (5 Jambs, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married 
Surah Carr (b. Providence, R. I., September 6, 1743; d. October 27, 
1830), dau. of Judge Carr of Providence, R. I., a prominent resident of 
the town, whose manor house was renowned. 

The marriage of Dr. Tiffany and Miss Carr was not approved by Judge 
Carr, so the young couple eloped, greatly to the judge's displeasure. The 
marriage proved a happy one, and when the judge lost his wealth he was 
glad to make his home with his daughter, and pass the last seven years of 
his life with his daughter and her husband. Benjamin Tiffany studied 
medicine and was known by the title of doctor, but he followed an agri- 
cultural life. He served as a private in Captain Isaac Hodge's company of 
Norton, Mass., drafted for nine months' service in Rhode Island (see Mas- 
sachusetts Revolutionary Rolls, Vol. XX., page 57), and in Captain Seth 
Smith's company of Norton, Mass. (see Massachusetts Revolutionary 
Rolls, Vol. XXIII., page 65), and later as sergeant in Captain Samuel 
Richard's company, Colonel John Stark's regiment (see New Hampshire 
Revolutionary Rolls, Vol. I., page 55). He was also a surgeon in the 
command of General Stark. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Hanover, N. H.) 

BENJAMIN, b. August 16, 1703 ; d. in infancy. 

Jambs, b. June 80, 1766; d. Darien, N. Y., April 18, 1830. 

BENJAMIN, 2d, b. August 16, 1768 ; d. Grimsby, Canada, May 28, 1864. 

Jane, b. October 1, 1770 ; d. November 24, 1793 ; m. Nathaniel Ballou (b. 
Richmond, N. II.)- Child: 839 Jane Tiffany, b. Hanover, N. H., 1792; 
d. Clarence, N. V., 1828 ; m„ in West Randolph, Vt., 1819, Frederic Blod- 
gett (d. in Canada, 1828); had (a) Nancy Jane, b. Vermont, September 9, 
1820; (b) Eunice Tiffany, b. Vermont, December 23, 1825. 

SALLY, b. March 12, 1773 ; d. April 9, 1809 ; m. Isaac Heath. 

NANCY, b. September 27, 1779 ; d. March 30, 1869. Unmarried. 

Betsey, b. February 4, 1782 ; d. February 21, 1871 ; m. Surprise H. Arnold 
(b. February 21, 1778; d. Providence, R. I., May 25, 1851). Children: 
840 Marquis Wellington, b. July 7, 1814; d. September 21, 1889; m., in 
New Hartford, N. Y., September 10, 1836, Hannah Day; had (a) Betsey 
Ann, b. August 28, 1838 ; (b) Marquis T., b. June 27, 1848 ; (c) William H., 
b. February 5, 1852 ; (d) Delbert D., b. June 22, 1858 ; 841 Nelson ; 842 
Horatio N., b. May 25, 1851; had two sons. 
789. viii. Otis, b. March 14, 17«4 ; d. 1795. 



776. 


i. 


777. 


ii. 


778. 


iii. 


771. 


iv. 



780. 


v. 


781. 


vi. 


782. 


vii. 




SILAS DURKEE TIFFANY. 

(787.) 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 63 

784. ix. John, b. August 21, 1786 ; d. January 8, 1871 ; m., first, March 15, 1819, 
Eunice Hebard (b. 1792 ; d. August 30, 1823) ; m., second, January 31, 
1828, Lynda Pierce Temple (b. February 25, 1790 ; d. January 13, 1869). 
He adopted a son, John Tiffany Blodgett, b. October 28, 1825. 

785. x. Ebenezer, b. December 14, 1791 ; d. March, 1845. Unmarried. 

777. JAMES (26 Benjamin, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, October 10, 1788, Ruth Durkee (b. May 3, 1769 ; d. Jamestown, 
N. Y., January 15, 1830). 

Mr. Tiffany moved to Western New York and lived at Darien Centre. 

CHILDREN. 

786. u Content, b. Hanover, N. H., December 92, 1790 ; d. Randolph, Vt; m. 
Roswell M. Ainsworth. Children (all born in Randolph, Vt.) : 798 Ruth, 
b. October 10, 1822 ; d. Rock ford, Mich., October, 1869 ; m. Herrick 
Randolph ; 799 Sarah C ; m. William Powell ; 800 James T. ; 801 Henry 
Ainsworth. 

787. ii. Silas Durkee, b. Hanover, N. H., January 25, 1792; d. Jamestown, 
N. V., June 27, 1874. 

788. iii. Ruth Durkee, b. Randolph, Vt., January 19, 1794; d. Darien Centre, 
N. Y., 1830 ; in., February 29, 1816, Johnson Goodwill (b. 1788 ; d. Rock- 
ford, 111, 1863). Children : 843 Delio Lorette, b. Batavia, N. Y., April 
6, 1816 ; d. San Francisco, Cal., August, 1886 ; m., 1833, Charles Water, 
man ; had (a) Harriet Ruth, b. 1834 ; d. October, 1854 ; (b) Mary Adaline, 
b. 1836 ; d. 1856 ; (c) George, b. 1846 ; d. 1857 ; (d) Ellen ; 844 Dewitt 
Clinton, b. Batavia, N. Y., January 2, 1819; d. Milwaukee, Wis., August 
29, 1886, unmarried ; 845 Harriet Irene, b. Batavia, N. Y., 1821 ; m., first, 
in Clarence, N. Y., September 30, 1839, Austin If. Wright (d. East Troy, 
Wis., August 16, 1845); m., second, in Rockford, 111., June 6, 1848, James 
L. Spaulding (b. Towanda, Pa., September 16, 1815 ; d. Byron, III.); had 
(a) Albert Goodwill, b. September 2, 1850; (b) Mary, b. October 14, 
1854 ; (c) James Walter, b. July 28, 1856 ; 846 James Tiffany, b. Batavia, 
N. Y., March 11, 1823 ; d. abroad, unmarried. 

789. iv. James G., b. Randolph, Vt., October 24, 1795 ; d. Darien Center, N. Y., 
^_^ 1874 ; m. Martha Madison (b. Vermont, 1796 ; d. Darien, Wis., 1892). 

- ff7^ Children : 847 Sarah A.; 848 Julietta, b. Genesee County, N. Y., Novem. 
LL< tXSf^t htr lQ 1818 . m phUip T j ones (b Genesee County, N. Y., July 24, 

Jjo *J ^at'i^' L~ 181 * ' ^ Crawford County, Pa., December 11, 1867); had (a) Mary Maria, 

S ^ *)"■ ! b. Crawford County, Pa., 1859 ; (b) James, (c) Delieu, (d) Laura T., (e) 

f ^.j\'. n JkAJL* - ' Deguile T., (f) Martha P., (g) Uri ; 849 Delio ; 850 Degriele ; 851 Harriet ; 

111 i'^- A ' ' ♦ 852 Ruth » 853 Mary ' 854 MarisL 

790. r. Philinda, b. Randolph, Vt., June 6, 1796 ; d. Green Spring, O., June 22, 

1871 ; m., in Darien, N. Y., May 23, 1823, Daniel H. Dana (b. Vermont, 
March 29, 1798; d. Green Spring, O., January 11, 1881). Children : 855 
Marion, b. June 21, 1826 ; 856 George Tiffany, b. December 4, 1827 ; m., 
in Easton, Pa., November 4, 1867, Sophia Abel ; 857 Sarah, b. September 
9, 1829 ; d. August 22, 1852 ; 858 Mary J., b. October 1, 1833 ; 859 Har- 
riet T., b. September 14, 1836 ; d. October, 1852 ; 860 Frank, b. May, 
1838 ; d. August 2, 1846. 



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04 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

791. vi. Jehial, b, Randolph, Vt, March 10, 1798 ; d. Jamestown, N. Y., January 

11, 1867. 

792. vtt. Lvcinda, b. Randolph, Vt, April 86, 1800; d. Clarence, N. Y., October 

18, 1862; m. Araoi Wright Children: 861 Henry, b. 1826; 862 
Lucinda, d. Clarence, N. Y., October, 1862. 

793. vM. Harriet, b. Randolph, Vt, December 3, 1802; d. Buffalo, N. Y., 1876; 

m. Orsamus Warren. 
791 be Betsey, b. Darien, N. Y., January 2, 1805 ; d. Green Spring, O., 1841 ; m. 
Colonel Edward D. Bradley, an officer in the Mexican and Civil wars. 

795. x. Eunice, b. Darien, N. Y., March 11, 1807 ; d. Cleveland, O., July 1878 ; 

m. Harry B. Ransom. Children : 861 a Wallace B., b. Clarence, N. Y., 
1829 ; d. July, 1872 ; 862a Albert, b. Clarence, N. Y., 1831 ; d. 1877 ; 863 
Lucia, b. Clarence, N. Y., 1833 ; m., April 28, 1867, William Edwards 
of Cleveland, O. 

796. xi. Lucius Fernando, b. Pembroke, N. Y., January 10, 1810 ; d. Buffalo, 

N. Y„ February 11, 1852. 

797. xii. Albert W„ b. Darien, N. Y., October 22, 1813; d. Clarence, N. Y.; m., 

first, in Jamestown, N. Y., Louisa Dexter ; m., second, Helen Harvey. 
Child : 864 William, b. Jamestown, N. Y.; d. Duluth, Wis. 

787. SILAS DURKEE (777 James, 26 Benjamin, 5 James, 2 
James, 1 Humphrey). Married, September 25, 1831, Lucy Hyde (b. 
Rerasen, N. Y., July 1, 1810; d. Jamestown, N. Y., June 23, 1876). 

Mr. Tiffany was a lover of study and intended to go through college, 
but his health broke down; so, in 1810, he went to Batavia, N. Y., and 
soon after he removed to Pembroke, N. Y., near Darien, where he taught 
school. In the War of 1812 he took part in the defense of Buffalo against 
the British. In 1816, he removed to Jamestown, N. Y. Mr. Tiffany 
was a Whig previous to the organization of the Republican party, and dur- 
ing the Civil War was an earnest Unionist. He was a Free Mason and 
past master of Mount Moriah Lodge, Jamestown, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

802. 1. Cornelia Ruth, b. July 19, 1832. 

803. ii. Lawrence Budlono, b. July 30, 1834 ; d. Jamestown, N. Y., September 

26, 1836. 

804. iii. Frances Lavantia, b. October 26, 1836; d. Jamestown, N. Y., June 24, 

1857. 

806. iv. Martha Yvonette, b. February 17, 1839 ; m., in Jamestown, N. Y., January 
3, 1867, William Wallace Henderson (b. Sinclairville, N. Y., September 11, 
1828> Children (born in Sinclairville, N. Y.): 865 Lucia Tiffany, b. 
May 14, 1869 ; 866 Jessica Nye, b. November 23, 1870 ; d. June 15, 1872 ; 
867 McDonald Hyde, b. January 30, 1872 ; d. January 25, 1874 ; 868 Cor- 
nelia Stoncman, b. March 9, 1874 ; 869 Albert Sprague, b. February 3, 
1876 ; d. August 8, 1876 ; 870 Edward Carr, b. February 3, 1876. 

806. v. Harriet Janette, b. January 1, 1841 ; d. Jamestown, N. Y., July 19, 
1842. 









JOHN HOPKINS TIFFANY 

(819.) 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 65 

807. tI Hannah Janxtti, b. January 39, 1843 ; d. Jamestown, N. Y., August 17, 

1871 

808. til Lawrence, b. December 18, 1844 ; d. Jamestown, N. Y., August 5, 1846. 

809. tul Lucia, b. December 18, 1844 ; m., first, in Jamestown, N. Y., Jane 23, 

1869, Albert L Sprague (b. Dansville, N. Y., March 26, 1844 ; d. San 
Gabriel Mission, CaL, November 18, 1873), a lieutenant in the United 
States Navy; m., second, in Jamestown, N. Y., September 16, 1885, Dr. 
Henry Downer Ingrahara of Buffalo. Child (by first marriage) : 871 Kathe- 
rine Tiffany, b. Jamestown, N. Y., August 26, 1870. 

791. JEHIAL (777 James, 26 Benjamin, 5 James, 2 James, 1 
Humphrey). Married, first, February 2, 1829, Sophronia Durkee, a 
cousin; m., second, February 1, 1853, Charlotte Sophia Hopkins (b. 
Clarence, N. Y., December 28, 1818). 

With his parents, Jehial Tiffany moved to Darien Centre from Ver- 
mont in 1809, making the journey in twenty-six days with teams of oxen. 
In 1818, he bought from the Holland Land Company, one thousand acres 
of land at Ellicott, now Jamestown, N. Y. Here mills were built, and 
Mr. Tiffany rafted quantities of pine lumber to Southern cities. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 

(All born in Jamestown.) 

Helen, b. November 22, 1829 ; d. May 12, 1831. 
Augusta, b. May 7, 1831 ; d. November 21, 1837. 

Helen, 2d, b. December 13, 1832 ; d. Shanghai, China, October 31, 1862 ; 
ro., in Boston, Mass., April 17, 1862, Captain John D. Whidden. 

813. iv. Placentia, b. November 20, 1834; d. November 16, 1866; m., in James* 

town, N. Y„ August 3, 1852, William H. Porter. S. P. 

814. ▼. Louisa Augusta, b. March 3, 1837 ; d. December 27, 1840. 

815. vi. Ruth Elizabeth, b. May 20, 1838; d. July 15, 1863; m., in Jamestown, 

N. Y., October 23, 1860, William J. Smith. Child : 872 Grace, b, James- 
town, N. Y., May 17, 1863. 

816. vii. Louisa Augusta, 2d, b. May 31, 1841 ; d. Fort Peck, Montana, November 

16, 1882; m., in Jamestown, N. Y., June 1, 1867, Nathan S. Porter. 
Children: 873 Albert B., b. Ponca, Neb., July 30, 1870; 874 Louis, b. 
Ponca, Neb., September, 1872; d. there; 875 Joseph, b. 1876; 876 Cora- 
lyn, b. September, 1877. 

817. viii. Albert James, b. May 22, 1843 ; m., in Jamestown, N. Y., January 11, 

1871, Jane Coralyn Conic S. P. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

818. u. James Hopkins, b. December 1, 1853 ; d. January 5, 1854. 

819. x. John Hopkins, b. October 27, 1854 ; m., in Jamestown, N. Y., February 

13, 1889, Jessie C. Whitman (b. Brooklyn, N. Y., March 22, 1864). Chil- 
dren (all born in Jamestown, N. Y.) : 877 John Harold, b. August 30, 
1890 ; 878 Gerald Whitman, b. September 25, 1892 ; 879 James Bigelow, 
b. October 14, 1895. 



810. 


i. 


811. 


ii. 


812. 


iii. 



06 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

m LUCIUS FERNANDO (777 James, 26 Benjamin, 5 James, 
2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in Albany, N. Y., April 27, 1837, 
Maria Louise Patchin (b. Hoosick, N. Y., April 17, 1810; d. Buffalo, 
N. Y., May 24, 1844); m., second, at Mount Morris, N. Y., March 3, 
1847, Elizabeth A. Mills (b. January 6, 1823). 

Mr. Tiffany went to Jamestown, N. Y., when a young man and filled a 

position in the store of his brother, Silas D. Tiffany. He then went to 

Buffalo, N. Y., where he opened a banking and brokerage office, and later 

became president and manager of the Pratt Bank. He was one of the 

active and enterprising citizens of Buffalo, and was both respected and 

esteemed. 

children. 

(All bom in Buffalo, N. Y.) 

820. i. Virginia, b. November 24, 1838 ; d. Buffalo, N. Y., October 21, 1846. 

821. ii. Isabella Patchin, b. September 16, 1840; m., in Cleveland, O., June 17, 

1868, Delos Orlando Cole (b. Utica, N. Y., November 11, 1834). Chil- 
dren : 880 Marie Louise, b. March 15, 1869 ; 881 Henry Tiffany, b. June 
29, 1870} m., Catskill, N. Y., January 7, 1900, Alice Jerome Day (b. 
August 15, 1870) ; 882 Florence Tiffany, b. January 19, 1876. 
821a. iii. Lucius Patchin, b. May 20, 1844; d. in infancy. 

778. BENJAMIN (26 Benjamin, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humph- 
rey). Married, in Hanover, N. H., 1794, Achsah Manley (b. Hartford, 
Conn., May 9, 1776; d. Alden, N. Y., 1823). 
The family moved to Alden, N. Y., in 1817. 

CHILDREN. 

Sally, b. Hanover, N. II., November 19, 1796 ; d. Vermont, 1812. 
Roxalana, b. Hanover, N. II., September 18, 1798 ; d. Darien, N. Y., 1818. 
Otis, b. Hanover, N. H., September 27, 1800; d. Centre Point, la., June 
6, 1800. 

825. iv. Betsky, b. Hanover, N. II., February 4, 1803; m„ in Alden, N. Y., Sep- 

tember, 1821, Benjamin Harvey Woodworth (b. Norwich, Vt, August, 1799 ; 
d. Lancaster, N. Y., 1859). Children : 883 Sally Loretta, b. Alden, N. Y., 
July 29, 1822; m., in Villenova, N. Y., June 2, 1839, James Harvey 
Mather (b. Sherburne, N. Y., November 7, 1819); had Edwin Turner, b. 
Villenova, N. Y., March 9, 1840; d. January 7, 1886; 884 Betsey An- 
nctta, b. Clarence, N. Y„ May 16, 1826 ; d. 1853 ; m. Dr. ^Vclls B. Fox ; 
had (a) Carrie Annette, (b) Henry. 

826. ▼. Benjamin S., b. Hanover, N. II.; April 5, 1805 ; d. Medina, N. Y., March 

28, 1893. 

827. vi. Harriet, b. Hanover, N. II., March 2, 1807; m., in Alden, N. Y., Octo- 

ber 16, 1825, Morris Udell (d. Grimsby, Canada, July 3, 1855). Children : 
885 Benjamin O., b. Alden, N. Y., January 30, 1826 ; d. February 16, 
1826 ; 886 Ach»ah, b. Alden, N. Y., May 29, 1827; 887 Eugene, b. Alden, 
N. Y., Auguit 11, 1829 ; m.— ; had (a) George, (b) Harriet ; 888 Oliver, b. 



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("Uncle Ben." ion of Dr. Benjamin Tiffany.) 

(778.) 



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Grimsby, Canada, September 17, 1839; d. there July 11, 1894 ; 889 Nel. 
son E., b, Grimsby, Canada, August 18, 1895 ; 890 Harriet Amanda, b, 
Grimsby, Canada, May 18, 1840; d. Richford, N. Y., October 26, 1874. 

898. vii. Amanda, b. Sharon, Vt., June 18, 1809; d. Whitby, Canada, 1849; m., 

in Grimsby, Canada, 1838, Rev. E. S. Furman. Child : 891 George, d. 
during the Civil War in Andersonville Prison. 

899. viii. Jesse Man ley, b. Sharon, Vt., October 22, 1811. 

890. ix. Nelson Arnold, b. Sharon, Vt., June 10, 1819; d. Randalia, la., April, 
1894. 

831. x. Sarah Ann, b. Sharon, Vt., March 19, 1816 ; d. Clinton Township, Canada, 

January 26, 1882; m., May 9, 1832, Isaac Alexander House. Children 
(all born in Beamsville, Canada) : 892 James Philip, b. February 26, 
1835 ; m. September 7, 1876 ; had (a) Archibald Simcoe, b. Canboro, 
Canada, December 22, 1861 ; d. 1876 ; (b) Mary Artemisa, b. Canboro, 
Canada, January 8, 1864 ; (c) Morris Edwin, b. Canboro, Canada, August 
21, 1866 ; (d) Thomas James, b. Canboro, Canada, February 21, 1869 ; d. 
November 5, 1887 ; (e) Eliza Ellen, b. Canboro, Canada, July 19, 1871 ; 
(f) Asa McDunphy, b. Canboro, Canada, July 16, 1873; (g) Swayze 
Allen, b. Canboro, Canada, September 7, 1875 ; (h) Hugh Lome, b. De- 
cember 17, 1878 ; (i) Fletcher, b. Gainsboro, Canada, June 29, 1881 ; ( j) 
Rozel Manley, b. Gainsboro, Canada, August 9, 1883 ; (k) Lora Bell, b. 
Gainsboro, Canada, January 14, 1886 ; 893 Eliza Ann, b. June 21, 1837 ; 
m., December 1, 1804, Philip High of St. Catharines, Canada ; had (a) 
Adelaide, b. March 18, 1665 ; (b) John, b. February 11, 1870 ; 894 Edwin 
Morris, b. September 28, 1841 ; m., in Gainsboro, Canada, December 7, 
1880, Barbara Alice Roszel (b. February 17, 1856) ; had (a) Bertha Bea- 
trice, b. September 19, 1881 ; (b) Harry Hoyle, b. January 31, 1890 ; 
894AAchsah, b. September 5, 1847; m., September 29, 1880, James R 
Culp of Hamilton, Canada. S. P. 

824. OTIS (778 Benjamin, 26 Benjamin, 5 James, 2 James, 1 
Humphrey). Married, in Alden, N. Y., February 24, 1825, Mary Rog- 
ers (b. Alden, N. Y., March 12, 1809 ; d. Dunkirk, N. Y., September 24, 
1865). 

' CHILDREN. 

832. I Otis Edmund, b. Alden, N. Y., February 25, 1827 ; d. Kansas City, Mo., 

May 14, 1885. 

833. ii. William Wallace, b. Alden, N. Y., February 26, 1831 ; m., first, in St. 

Thomas, Canada, Ellen Scanlan (b. Cork, Ireland) ; m. , second, in Mus- 
catine, la., Ella Young (b. Salem, O.). Children : 895 Ella Irene, b. Mus- 
catine, la., March 9, 1878; 896 William Otis, b. Muscatine, la., January 
5, 1880. 

834. iii. Mortimer Manley, b. Delaware, Canada, May 29, 1834; m., May 1, 1851, 

Hannah Routledge. 

835. iv. John Wesley, b. Delaware, Canada, September 21, 1841. 

832. OTIS EDMUND (824 Otis, 778 Benjamin, 26 Benjamin, 
5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, February 26, 1852, Ruth 
Tiffany (b. November 26, 1829 ; d. May 6, 1860). 



68 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OP 

CHILDREN. 
(Bora in St. Louis, Mo.) 
890. i. Laura Ella, b. June 12, 1864 ; m., in Kansas City, Ma, Milton Jackson 
Oldham. 

837. ii. Berth a Estbllb, b. May 18, 1857; m., September 14, 1878, Byron S. 

Butler (b. March 6, 1846) ; had (a) Harry Tiffany, b. December 30, 1879 ; 
(b) Lee Tiffany, b. November 14, 1882. 

835. JOHN WESLEY (824 Otis, 778 Benjamin, 26 Benjamin, 5 
James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in Harvard, 111., March 
12, 1868, Mary Lucretia Rogers (b. Alden, N. Y., December 25, 1840); 
m., second, Mrs. Mary A. Smith. 

In 1861, Mr. Tiffany enlisted in the 27th Regiment, Michigan Volun- 
teer Infantry, serving three years ; was twice wounded, and participated in 
twenty-eight battles. He was promoted through several non-commissioned 
offices and commissioned lieutenant of Company H. He led the company 
in its memorable charge, capturing Fort Mahone, the key to Petersburg, 
taking 300 prisoners and five pieces of artillery. After the war, he 
studied dentistry and practiced his profession in Illinois, Wisconsin and 
Iowa. In Iowa, he took up the study of medicine and graduated from the 
State University, since which time he has practiced medicine and surgery. 
He is a resident Of Hiawatha, Kan., where he has a large practice, stand- 
ing high in his profession. child 

838. i. DeFurest Elmer, b. near Harvard, 111., January 4, 1872. A graduate of the 

medical department Iowa State University. 

826. BENJAMIN S. (778 Benjamin, 26 Benjamin, 5 James, 2 
James, 1 Humphrey). Married Caroline Hill. 

children. 

897. i. Leroy L., b. October, 1829; m., first, in Alden, N. Y„ 1861, Jane L. 
Webster; m., second, November, 1880, Charlotte M. Briggs. Child (by 
first marriage) : 900 Martha L., b., November 30, 1863 ; m., July 29, 1886, 
William W. Hampton. Children (by second marriage) : 901 Gertrude E., 
b. February 3, 1882 ; 902 Laura Lee, born September 9, 1885. 

897a. ii. BETSEY, b. Alden, Erie County, N. Y., 1830; ra., first, William Myers; ra., 
second, Walsh — Christian name not known. Children (by first marriage) : 
900a Lillian ; 901a La Grange ; 902a William. 

89& iii. Harry M., b. October 16, 1833 ; m., in Lancaster, N. Y., Louise E. Dav- 
enport. Children : 903 Orrin D., b. September 23, 1858 ; 904 Delia E., 
b. September 6, 1866 ; 905 Myrta J., b. January 29, 1871. 

899. iv. La Grange, b. Chautauqua, N. Y., June 4, 1336; m., in LeRoy, N. Y., 
November 14, 1865, Mary Adelaide Winkler (b. LeRoy, December 16, 
1846). Children : 906 Wellington Earl, b. September 26, 1871 ; 907 
Maude Irene, b. December 16, 1873 ; 908 Florence Augusta, b. January 2, 
1882 ; 909 Ralph Waldo Emerson, b. January 1, 1887. 



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829. JESSE MANLEY (778 Benjamin, 26 Benjamin, 5 James, 
2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in Villenova, N. Y., August 7, 
1834, Betsey Maria Faulkner (b. Sherburne, N. Y., October 7, 1815; d. 
Fredonia, N. Y., June 15, 1851); m., second, in Villenova, N. Y., No- 
vember 20, 1851, Mrs. Jennie H. Aldrich Dibble (b. Byron, N. Y., Jan- 
uary 6, 1824). 

Mr. Tiffany has been a resident of Fredonia, N. Y., for almost half a 
century and is one of the staunch, first citizens of that town. He was pres- 
ident of the Fredonia Board of Health for thirty years, his last term of 
office expiring in March, 1893. 

children. 

910. i. Manley Delos, b. Villenova, N. Y., April 5, 1836; m., May 3, 1869, 

Abbie Pcnfield Beardsley (b. Napoli, N. Y., October 23, 1835 ; d. Lincoln, 
Neb., 1899). S. P. 

911. ii. Otis Eugene, b. Villenova, N. Y., July 8, 1836; m., December 9, 1858, 

Julia Maria Crooker (b, Eden, N. Y., Ju'y 10, 1837> S. P. 

912. iil Valorous Edgar, b. Villenova, N. Y., April 6, 1838 ; d. September 17, 

1839. 

913. iv. Achsah Lkvantia, b. Villenova, N. Y., March 18, 1842; m., in Fredonia, 

N. Y., October 26, 1870, George W. Wiley (b. Kingston, N. Y., July 23, 
1838). Child : 933 Jessie Tiffany, b. September 26, 1879 ; d. January 25, 
1880. They adopted Katherine, b. July 25, 1876, daughter of Mrs. Wiley** 
brother, Lansing Clayton Tiffany. Mrs. Wiley was untiring in her efforts 
to complete the records of this branch, and its correctness is largely due 
to her. 

914. v. Lansing Clayton, b. Villenova, N. Y., August 7, 1849; m., first, in Fre- 

donia, N. Y., October 15, 1874, Jessie Maryland Glisan (b. Fredonia, 
N. Y., January 22, 1850 ; d. there July 25, 1876); m., second, in Jackson- 
ville, IIL, November 13, 1878, Mary Kingsley Berdan (b. Chicago, 111., 
June 30, 1856). Child (by first marriage) : 934 Katherine Glisan, b. July 
25, 1875, adopted by her aunt, Mrs. Wiley. Children (by second marriage) : 
935 Mary Berdan, b. December 24, 1879 ; 936 Margaret Irving, b. August 
24, 1885. 
914a. vi George Edwin, b. Fredonia, N. Y., September 7, 1852 ; m., June 12, 1873, 
Harriet Clark (b. September 29, 1863); Child: 936a Belle Louise, b. 
April 24, 1875, who was graduated from Fredonia Normal School, class of 
1892, and from Vassar in 1897 ; has studied music in New York and in Paris, 
and has charge of the vocal music in Fredonia Normal School. Mr. Tiffany 
is a prominent citizen of Fredonia and active in public affairs. He is a 
Republican and high in the councils of his party. He is a Free Mason, 
Past Master of Forest Lodge, Fredonia, and has served for four years as 
District Deputy Grand Master in present District 40. 

830. NELSON ARNOLD (778 Benjamin, 26 Benjamin, 5 
James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in Grimsby, Canada, June 
8, 1837, Martha E. Whitney <b. January 13, 1819 ; d. October 1, 1847) ; 



70 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OP 

m. # second, in Alden, N. Y., September 11, 1849, Caroline Adele Daven- 
port (b. Covington, N. Y., January 22, 1825). 

Mr. Tiffany was for some years a commercial traveler, and later a farmer. 
He learned the trade of distiller and worked at it during his early man- 
hood ; but on being urged by his employer to put a poisonous " strength- 
giving " drug into the liquor, he refused, threw the poison away and gave 
up the trade forever. He lived in several places in Canada and in New 
York State, finally settling at Randalia, la., where he died. He possessed 
great force of character and was a man of high integrity. He had a com- 
manding presence, and was of fine personal appearance, standing six feet 
two inches, and well proportioned. In his younger days he was a noted 
athlete. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 

915. i. Byron Lafayette, b. Grimsby, Canada, May 17, 1838; m., in St Jo- 
seph, Mo., October 17, 1868, Frances Elizabeth Say ward. S. P. He had a 
creditable record during the Civil War. He enlisted for two years as a pri- 
vate in the 21st Infantry, New York Volunteers ; refinlisted in the New York 
cavalry, and served to the close of the war, rising from private to lieuten- 
ant He was mustered out of service as first lieutenant of cavalry. The 
promotion from sergeant to lieutenant was for a special act of bravery. At 
sergeant, he commanded a small squad of men and held a bridge in the face 
of a fierce fire from the enemy. When r enforcements arrived, it was found 
that but twelve of the original twenty-five were alive, and they were using 
their dead horses and comrades as breastworks. 

OSCAR Fitzallen, b. Grimsby, Canada, February 22, 1840. 

Nelson Otis, b. Lancaster, N. Y., February 1, 1842. 

William O., b. Lancaster, N. Y., August 20, 1843 ; d. April 8, 1844. 

Martha Emily, b. Lancaster, N. Y., January 19, 1845 ; d. September 21, 
1845. 
920. vi Martha ELIZA, b. August 17, 1846 \ in., in Wyndham, Canada, January 5, 
1869, John Allen Bartholomew (b. Vanessa, Canada, December 30, 1845). 
Mrs. Bartholomew was but six months old at the time of her mother's death, 
and was adopted by Matthew and Hannah Lowry of Wyndham, Canada, 
who were intimate friends of her mother. Children (all born in Vanessa, 
Wyndham County, Canada): 937 Ethel May, b. July 13, 1872; d. there 
August 21, 1874 ; 938 Nina Edith Gertrude, b. April 13, 1878 ; 939 Clar- 
ence Allen Tiffany, b. December 21, 1880. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

92L viL Emily Jeanette, b. July 5, 1850; m., in West Union, la., September 6, 
1869, Lewis Malcolm Whitney (b. Scotland, Ont, Canada, April 24, 1850). 
Children : 940 Maud Emily, b. September 6, 1870 ; m., in Grand Island, 
Neb , December 10, 1890, Horace Morgan ; 937a Myrtie Louise, b. May 
17, 1872 ; 938a Frank Carter, b. October 15, 1875 ; 939a Alfred Nelson, 
b. August 2, 1877; 940a Mary A, b. September 6, 1876 ; d. August 10, 
1877. 



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923. riiL Horace R, July 34, 1852 ; d. January 21, 1853. 

923. ix. Albert O., b. March 2, 1855. 

924. x. William H., b. March 10, 1858. 

925. xl Harriet Louise, b. October 17, 1862 ; m., in Wert Union, la.. May 17, 

1888, Thomas W. Watson. 

917. OSCAR FITZALLEN (830 Nelson Arnold, 778 Ben- 
jamin, 26 Benjamin, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in 
Greece, N. Y., December 23, 1880, Mary Lilian Bonesteele (b. Webster, 
N. Y., June 4, 1858). 

After recruiting thirty men, Mr. Tiffany enlisted as a private in Com- 
pany B, 116th N. Y. Vol., July 23, 1862. He was left general guide 
of the regiment until August 14, 1863, when he was promoted to second 
lieutenant. He commanded the Teche campaign in Louisiana, resigned 
December 31, 1863, to become Captain of Company D, 89th U. S. C. T., 
under General Banks of Louisiana. Resigned January 18, 1864. Mr. Tif- 
fany is the inventor of a fruit and vegetable evaporator, which, in 1876, was 
awarded a medal at the Philadelphia Centennial. Later, he followed the 
business of general agent for the sale of books, visiting many States of the 
Union. He is now a resident of Denver, Col. 

CHILDREN. 

926. i. Oscar Frederic, b. February 16, 1883. 

927. it Harvie Justine, b. September 15, 1885. 

918. NELSON OTIS (830 Nelson Arnold, 778 Benjamin, 26 
Benjamin, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Buffalo, N. Y., 
January 23, 1868, Julia Charlotte Chase (b. Buffalo, N. Y., September 28, 
1843 ; d. there February 20, 1891), dau. of Wesley Chase and Dolly Ann 
Bush. 

After his mother's death, Mr. Tiffany was assigned to her brother, for 
whom he worked until he was seventeen, when he started out for himself, 
having a hard time for a number of years. Appreciating the value of an 
education, he studied by himself. He went to Buffalo and worked for 
Wesley Chase & Son, furniture dealers. He soon became superintendent, 
and finally married the daughter of his employer. Mr. Tiffany then went 
to Chicago as superintendent for A. H. Andrews & Co., extensive manu- 
facturers of school and church furniture. His strength gave way, and he 
returned to Buffalo, where he went into the sewing machine business, later 
managing an office in New York City. He then returned to Buffalo and 
took a scholarship in the medical department of the University of Buffalo. 
After a year of study, he was urged to take the secretaryship and general 



72 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

management of the Masonic Life Association of Western New York, which 
he has built up most successfully. He retains this position at the present 
time, 1900, having served in this capacity for more than sixteen years. He 
took a deep interest in the publication of this work, and, after several inter- 
views with Mr. Charles L. Tiffany, who proposed and started the gene- 
alogy, he agreed to carry the work forward, so that the data gathered, on 
which so much labor and money had been spent, should not be lost to the 
family, leaving its elaboration and completion to a future generation. In 
view of his connection with this work, his portrait appears therein. 

CHILDREN. 

928. t OTIS Whitney, b. Chicago, 111., November 13, 1868. A compositor, and later 

in the plumbing business. 

929. 11. Martha Eliza, b. Buffalo, N. Y., August 13, 1870. 

930. iii. Nelson Otis, b. Buffalo, N. Y., April 2, 1877. A student at Cornell Uni- 

versity, civil engineering course, class of 1901 ; appointed inspector on Gov- 
ernment breakwater, Buffalo harbor, for summer of 1900. 



624. ALBERT O. (830 Nelson Arnold, 778 Benjamin, 26 
Benjamin, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in West Union, 
la., October 6, 1888, Sarah McFadden. 

child. 

931. i. Albert Roy, b. Randalio, la., October 8, 1889. 

925. WILLIAM H. (830 Nelson Arnold, 778 Benjamin, 26 
Benjamin, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in West Union, 
la., December 1, 1897, Fanny Mary Saltsgiver. 

child. 

932. L Pauline Adelz, b. Donnan, la., November 21, 1898. 




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JOHN TIFFANY BRANCH. 

IS. JOHN (2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Attleboro, 
Mass., May 26, 1737, Deliverance Parmenter (d. Attleboro, Mass., 1796, 
aged 81). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Attleboro, Mast.) 

941. L Esther, b, February 18, 1737; d. February 2, 1800 ; m. Caleb Richardson 

(b. Attleboro, Mass., June 26, 1739; d. Hartford, Pa., May 2, 1823). 
Caleb Richardson was one of the "Nine Partners" who, under the leader, 
ship of Hosea Tiffany, his wife's brother, went from Attleboro, Mass., to 
Susquehanna County, Pa., before the year 1800. He was a soldier in the 
French war of 1766, and was with General Bradstreet at the capture of 
Frontenac, was a captain in the war of the Revolution, and during General 
Washington's retreat commanded and held the fort which stood on the site 
of the present Battery, New York City. Although after the war he was 
one of the "Nine Partners," he did not settle in Susquehanna County ; but 
his son, Caleb, Jr., went there in 1806, and he followed two years later. 
Children : 952 Caleb, b. Attleboro, Mass., December 16, 1762; d. April 
30, 1838; m., 1787, Huldah Hatch (b. Boston, Mass., April 3, 1764; d. 
Harford, Pa., June 20, 1849;; had (a) Lyman, b. Attleboro, Mass., March 
20, 1790 ; d. Harford, Pa., October 1, 1867; (b) Lee, b. 1792 ; d. June 
24, 1833 ; (c) Caleb Coy, b. 1795 ; d. February 9, 1881 ; (d) Preston, b. 
1797; d. December, 1836 ; (e) Brayton, b. 1803 ; d. March 20, 1864 ; 953» 
Lois, d. Harford, Pa., June, 1801 ; m., in 1786, Ezekiel Titus (b. June 8, 
1769 ; d. February 25, 1846), who was the last of the original •■ Nine Part- 
ners"; had (a) Leonard, b. Attleboro, Mass., June 26, 1787; m. Eliza- 
beth Maxim (b. Providence, R. I., October 21, 1787), (b) Clifford, (c) 
Richardson Preston, (d) Sophia ; (e) Lydia, b. 1798 ; d. 186a 

942. ii. Deliverance, b. June 25, 1741 ; d. 1744. 

943. iii. Martha, b. April 19, 1743 ; d. Harford, Pa., December 26, 1829 ; m., in 

Attleboro, Mass., April 20, 1770, Thomas Wilmarth. Children (all born in 
Attleboro, Mass., and died in Harford, Pa.): 954 Thomas, b. March 6, 
1774 ; d. September 24, 1841 ; m. Sarah Perry (b. October 29, 1776 ; d. 
January 5, 1851) ; had (a) Sarah, b. September 6, 1798 ; A November 11, 
1882 ; (b) Louis, b. November, 1800 ; d. September 7, 1857 ; (c) Achsah, 
d. in infancy; (d) Peddy, d. in infancy; (e) Thomas, b. December 19, 1808; 
d. July 28, 1869 ; (f) David, b. April 11, 1810 ; d. February 10, 1886 ; (g) 
Sewell, b. September 6, 1812 ; d. February 16, 1879 ; (h) Candace ; 955 
Hepsibeth, b. 1776; d. March 18, 1846; m. Jacob Blake (b. 1774; d. 
October 9, 1849), S. P.; 956 Walter, b. April 20, 1780 ; d. December 8, 
1851 ; m., December 2, 1810, Maria Perry (b. June 19, 1791 ; d. March 12, 
1864) ; had (a) Lafayette, b. September 6, 1811 ; d. January 9, 1854 ; m. t 
June 30, 1846, Harriet S. Payne (b. April 30, 1812 ; d. March 29, 1859); 



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(b) Rachel &, b. March 24, 1814 ; d. October 28, 1881 ; (c) Walter Wash- 
ington, b. July 15, 1816 ; d. October 2, 1888 ; m. Eleanora Sweet (b. No- 
vember 8, 1820 ; d. May 18, 1874); (d) George Perry, b. December 26, 
1819 ; m. Martha Payne ; (e) Willard Willis, b. August 1, 1822 ; m. 
Elizabeth McDonald. 

Ann, b. July 4, 1745 ; m., February 15, 1766, Benjamin Stanley. 

John, b. October 16, 1747 ; d. 1825. 

Humphrey, b. January 19, 1750 ; d. Utica, N. Y. 

Noah, b. July 7, 1752 ; d. Brooklyn, Pa., July 19, 1818. 

Hosba, b. July 22, 1854 ; d. Harford, Pa., April 22, 1833. 

Thomas, b. May 31, 1756 ; d. May 12, 1835. 

Zechariah, b. April 9, 1758 ; thought to have died in 1782, and to hare 
married Susannah Jenks in Attleboro, Mass. 
951. si* Hkzekiah, b. November 10, 1760. 

945. JOHN (15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in 
Mansfield, Mass., March 28, 1782, Ruth Clapp (b. Mansfield, Mass., 
1758; died Walworth, N. Y., February 19, 1839). 

Captain John Tiffany left Attleboro, Mass., in 1792, with his wife and 
three children, intending to join the "Nine Partners" in Susquehanna 
County, Pa., but stopping on the way at what is now known as Mount 
Pleasant, Pa., he was so pleased with the country that he settled there, 
building a house of logs, which is to-day standing on the farm. He was a 
private in the Revolutionary War. 

CHILDREN. 

957. i. Chandler, b. Attleboro, Mass., September 2, 1782. 

958. ii. John, b. Attleboro, Mass., August 10, 1784 ; d. November 16, 1853. 

959. iii. Fanny, b. Attleboro, Mass. 

960. iv. Gardner, b. Mount Pleasant, Pa., April 8, 1789 ; d. Walworth, N. Y., March 

81, 1856. 

961. v. Leonard, b. Mount Pleasant, Pa., April 10, 1796 ; d. Gelatt, Pa., August 9, 

1855. 

962. vl. Ruth, b. Mount Pleasant, Pa. 

958. JOHN (945 John, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Mar- 
ried, first, in Mount Pleasant, Pa., April 28, 1812, Sally Bigelow (b. 
March 29, 1784; d. Mount Pleasant, Pa., September 2, 1848); m., 
second, in Mount Pleasant, Pa., October 14, 1850, Elona Blanding. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 

(All born in Mount Pleasant, Pa.) 

974. L MARY, b. August 3, 1813 ; d. South Gibson, Pa., February 9, 1888; m., in 
Mount Pleasant, Pa., May 25, 1841, William Pickering (b. Gibson, Pa., 
December 27, 1819 ; d. there September 15, 1883). Children : 982 Sarah 
Ann, b. Harford, Pa,, October 20, 1843 ; m., March 19, 1865, David S. 
Michael (b. Clifford, Pa., February 6, 1841); had (a) Mary Eva, b. 




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December 11, 1865; (b) Jennie Bell, b. July 22, 1869; (c) Darid 
Aulden, b. April 25, 18*1 ; (d) Benjamin F., b. July 28, 1875 ; (e) W. W., 
b. June 7, 1878 ; (f) Charles W., b. December 12, 1879; (g) Howard C, 
b. July 8, 1882 ; (h) Harrie, b. March 22, 1884 ; 983 Alden Sheldon, b. 
Gibson, Pa., March 24, 1846 ; m., Norember 18, 1868, Ellen Ehrgood (b. 
Sterling, Pa., February 18, 1847); had (a) George Wellington, b. Gibson, 
Pa., Mayl, 1870; (b) Bertha, b. Gibson, Pa., November 2, 1872; 984 
William Frederick, b. Gibson, Pa., April 21, 1858 ; m., August 30, 1884, 
Mina Peck ; had (a) Belva, b. September 1, 1888 ; (b) Mildred, b. July 18, 
1891. 

Sally, b. and d. in infancy. 

Hiram, b. August 19, 1816; d. Gibson, Pa., April 18, 1878. 

Sally, second, d. unmarried. 

Minerva, b. July 13, 1820. 

John Sheldon, b. April 22, 1822. 

Thirza. 

Oliver. 

976. HIRAM (958 John, 945 John, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Hum- 
phrey). Married Mary Lucinda Perham (b. Mount Pleasant, Pa., Sep- 
tember 20, 1819). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Pleasant Mount, Pa.) 

985. i. Maria Amelia, b. December 17, 1846; d. November 18, 1848. 

986. ii. Irene Adelia, May 8, 1848 ; m., in Pleasant Mount, Pa., September 4, 

1866, James D. Smith (b. Ireland in 1836). Children (all born in Gibson, 
Pa.): 988 Hiram Seth, b. June 4, 1867; d. April 10, 1890; m., September 
23, 1889, Caroline Cook ; 989 Mary Lucinda, b. June 2, 1870 ; m., June 
28, 1892, Arthur Snyder ; 990 Warren Michael, b. January 25, 1878 ; 
991 Margaret Elizabeth, b. February 11, 1875. 

987. iii. Mary Elizabeth, b. October 8, 1852 ; d. October 12, 1856. 

979. JOHN SHELDON (958 John, 945 John, 15 John, 2 
James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Gibson, Pa., February 17, 1847, Har- 
riet Adelaide Whitney (b. Gibson, Pa., November 9, 1828), dau. of Thad- 
deus Whitney (b. Wallingford, Conn., December 2, 1790 ; d. Gibson, Pa., 
July 24, 1860) and Thurza Washburn (b. New Milford, Pa., December 3, 
1800; d. Gibson, Pa., March 18, 1871). 

Mr. Tiffany lived in Gibson, Pa., until 1853, after which he settled in 
Pleasant Mount, Pa. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Pleasant Mount, Pa.) 

992. i. Rupert Francis, b. July 28, 1848. 

993. il John Winpield, b. March 4, 1851 ; m., first, in Aldenville, Pa., October 14, 

1873, Emma Clarissa Blandin ; m., second, in Hancock, Pa., December 20, 
1892, Bertha Wright. S. P. 



76 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

994, iH Judson Emmons, b. April 1, 1853 ; m., in Mount Pleasant, Pa., June 90, 

1886, Jennie E. Fulkerson (b. Pleasant Mount, Pa., October 15, 1857> 
Mr. Tiffany has been much interested in educational matters, has taught 
school, and been principal and trustee of the Pleasant Mount Academy, of 
which he is a graduate. He is a merchant and druggist Child : 1007 
Helen Louise, b. Pleasant Mount, Pa., March 15, 1887. 

MS. iv. Emery Thaddeus, b. September 21, 1855 ; m., in Damascus, Pa., Sept em- 
ber 20, 1882, Flora Louise Noble (b. Damascus, Pa., June 12, 1862> 
Child: 1008 George J. Buell, b. September 27, 1884. 

•96. v. Burton Hiram, b. December 28, 1858 ; m, , in Gibson, Pa., January 1, 1885, 
Emma Gillett (b. Gibson, Pa., January 20, 1861). Child: 1009 Ralph 
Gillett, b. November 26, 1889. 

997. vi. Charles Henry, b. November 4, 1861 ; m., in Seattle, Wash., January 26, 

1887, Georgie A. Matthesson (b. September 9, 1868). Children : 1010 
Harry L., b. August 30, 1887 ; 1011 Ralph, b. June 28, 1891. 

998. vii. Minnie Ettie, b. January 3, 1866. 

999. viiL Fred Anson, b. March 31, 1868. 

1000. ix. Orlena Adelaide, b. October 25, 1871. 

992 RUPERT FRANCIS (979 John Sheldon, 958 John, 945 
John, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, September 13, 1870, 
Emma Jane Peck (b. March 31, 1852). 

CHILDREN. 

Ernest, b. Providence, Pa., March 15, 1872 ; d. March 18, 1872. 

Maud S., b. Providence, Pa., March 11, 1874. 

Josephine, b. May 13, 1878. 

MAUBL G., b. September 19, 1880. 

Georoe £., b. March 27, 1883. 

Anna Bessie, b. August 2, 1891. 

960. GARDNER (945 John, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married Rebecca Slayton (b. 1785 ; d. Walworth, N. Y., April 2, 1869). 

Mr. Tiffany moved from Pleasant Mount, Pa., to Yates County, N. Y., 
in 1813, and in 1815 moved to Walworth, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

963. i. Reuben, b. Middlesex, N. Y., Decembers, 1814; d. Lincoln, N. Y., Feb* 

ruary 23, 1893 ; m., first, in Madison, N. Y., January 11, 1841, M. A. 
Everett (d. 1866) ; m., second, in Madison, N. Y., June 23, 1871, Mary A. 
Peacock. S. P. 

964. U. Elizabeth, m. Jerome RusselL Children (all born in Walworth, N. Y.): 

1012 Gardner, 1013 Orleana, 1014 Hattie, 1015 Orremis. 

965. iii. Laura, m. James Bailey. 

966. iv. Hiram, m. Elizabeth Everett. Children (all born in Walworth, N. Y.): 

1016 Fred, m., in Ontario, N. Y., Emma Holmes ; 1017 Ann Eliza, m. 
Samuel Newell; 1018 Gardner, m., in Walworth, N. Y., Emma Brandt; 
1019 Lizzie, m., in Wichita, Kan., Melvin Warner. 

967. v. Marilla, m. Dr. Elia* Cone. 



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THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA, 77 

961. LEONARD (945 John, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). M., 
in Mount Pleasant, Fa., February 2, 1819, Laura Whitney (b. Wallingford, 
Conn., November 18, 1787; d. Susquehanna, Pa., October 11, 1880). 

The family lived at Mount Pleasant, Pa., for twelve years, and then 
moved to Gibson, Pa., where Mr. Tiffany died and was buried. His 
widow then moved to Susquehanna Depot, Pa. 

children. 

968. L Laura Ann, b. Gibson, Pa., November 15, 1820; d. Harford, Pa., Septem- 

ber 11, 1879 ; m., in Gibson, Pa., Oliver Payne (b. Gibson, Pa., April 1, 
1818; d. July 16, 1893). Children (all born in Gibson, Pa.): 1020 Wil- 
liam Augustus, b. March 31, 1841 ; m., in Binghamton, N. Y., October 3, 
1867, Amanda Maria Viney ; had (a) Vangeline, b. Elmira, N. Y., April 21, 
1869 ; (b) Mary Eveline, b. Waverly, N. Y., September 4, 1871 ; (c) Anna 
Laura, b. Waverly, N. Y., December 21, 1873 ; 1021 George Leonard, b. 
December 16, 1842 ; m., in Harford, Pa., September 13, 1870, Loudica 
May Grinnell (b. Harford, Pa., September 21, 1845 ; d. there July 15, 
1871); 1022 Henry Wellington, b. April 23, 1845 ; m., in Waverly, N. Y., 
October 3, 1870, Sarah Bowman ; had Clary, b. Waverly, N. Y., 1873. 

969. ii Eunice Everette, b. February 14, 1823 ; m., first, in Jackson, Pa., Dr. 

Hamilton F. Whitney (b. Bethany, Pa.; d. Jackson, Pa., 1855) ; m., sec- 
ond, in Jackson, Pa., 1858, Elisha W. Forbes (b. in Vermont ; d., 1886, in 
Susquehanna, Pa.). Children (by first marriage) : 1023 Elbert, b. 1847; d. 
1848; 1024 Corydon Emory, b. February 15, 1850; m., in Susquehanna, 
Pa., June 1, 1871, Marien Cochayne Frith ; had (a) Eva Estelle, b. 1872; 
(b) Grace Hamilton, b. 1873 ; (c) Charles Emory, b. 1878 ; 1025 Franklin 
Whitney, b. 1855 ; d. 1858. Child (by second marriage) : 1026 William 
F., b. 1860 ; m., in Elmira, N. Y., 1880, Mary Koppler ; had Arthur Leon* 
ard, b. 1884. 

970. Hi. William Franklin, b. March 13, 1825 ; d. Dundee, Mich., November 18, 

1886; m., in Binghamton, N. Y., 1849, Marietta Parmenter. Children 
(born in Dundee, Mich.) : 1027 Herbert, b. February 16, 1853 ; d. Dun- 
dee, Mich., February 15, 1873 ; 1028 Talcott, b. December 22, 1857. 

971. iv. Catherine Maria, b. January 1, 1827; m., in Gibson, Pa., April 4, 1853, 

Edward Wells Rogers (b. Walton, N. Y, July 12, 1812). Children : 
1029 Eva Adeliza, b. Jackson, Pa., January 14, 1854 ; d. White Haven, 
Pa., April 16, 1856; 1030 William Leonard, b. Hyde Park, Pa., January 
28, 1857; 1031 Ellen Augusta, b. Providence, Pa., August 14, 1859; d. 
Great Bend, Pa., December 13, 1860. 

972. ▼. George Leonard, b. June 7, 1830; m., in Jackson, Pa., June 27, 1855, 

Polly A. Gregory (b. Bridgewater, Pa., June 2, 1833). S. P. 

973. tL Charles Gardener, b. Gibson, Pa., November 20, 1835; d. January 24, 

1893 ; m., in Honesdale, Pa., January 1, 1855, Sarah Rosanna Griggs (b. 
Gelatt, Pa., August 11, 1834; cL Susquehanna, Pa., January 28, 1892). 
Children : 1032 William Elmer, b. Gelatt, Pa., March 21, 1857 ; m., in 
Scranton, Pa., September 10, 1879, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Smith Codding* 
ton ; had (a) Bernice Ella, b. Susquehanna, Pa., October 6, 1882 ; (b) Wil- 
liam Charles, b. Susquehanna, Pa., August 11, 1889; d. there January 7, 
1892 ; (c) Wyles Elijah, b. February 5, 1893 ; 1033 Emma Catherine, b. 



78 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

Gelatt, Pa., October SO, I860; m., in Jackson, Pa., October 5, 1879, Fer- 
dinand C. Krute ; had (a) Lloyd Arthur, b. October 19, 1880 ; (b) Laura 
Christine, b. May 25, 1889 ; (c) Harry, b. August 12 ; d. August 17, 1892 ; 
1035 Minnie Est ell e, b. Susquehanna, Pa., July 4, 1868 ; m., in Windsor, 
N. V., November 23, 1890, Jefferson L. Hine ; had (a) Maud, b. March 
20, 1892 ; d. May 6, 1892 ; (b) Murel, b. March 24. 1893 ; 1036 Orleva, b. 
Susquehanna, Pa., January 11, 1873, a singer of wide reputation. 




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THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 79 



HUMPHREY TIFFANY BRANCH. 

946. HUMPHREY (15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, 
first, in Attleboro, Mass. , Phebc Brown. Moved from Attleboro to New York 
State, settling in Chenango County, where his wife died. He later went 
to Wayne County, N. Y., where he married, second, Rhode Ann Shearman. 

Mr. Tiffany lived at one time in Providence, R. I., and afterwards in 
North Adams, Mass. He is said to have served as a private in the Revolu- 
tionary War in one of the companies recruited at Norton, Mass. 






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CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

1037. L Lydia, b. Providence, R. L, May 13, 1772. 

1038. it Susanna, b. Providence, R. I., February 28, 1774. 

1039. iiu William, b. North Adams, Mass., 1781 ; d. North Norwich, N. Y., Octo- 

ber 12, 1886. 

1040. iv. Phebe, b. North Adams, Mass.; m., in Chenango County, N. Y., January 

8, 1807, Jonathan Brown, Jr. (d. Milan, O., April 28, 1839). Children : 
1051 Allen, b. New York State; d. Dantford, Wy.; m., December 29, 
1831, Lucy Edwards ; had (a) Jonathan Edwards, (b) Charles Austin, (c) 
Emily ; 1052 Nelson, b. New York State ; d. Norwalk ; m., February 11, 
1835, Clarissa Tanner ; had (a) Silas, (b) Frank ; 1053 Erastus, m. Amelia 
Goodrich; had (a) Jane, (b) Oscar, (c) Charley ; 1054 George, m. Rebecca 
Bowles ; had (a) Charles, (b) William, (c) Sarah ; 1055 William, d. Egan, 
Dakota ; m. Cynthia Scott ; had (a) Clara, (b) Sarah, (c) Flora ; 1056 
Alfred, b. Milan, O. ; d. Egan, Dakota ; m. Marietta Carpenter ; had (a) 
Augustus, (b) Minnie, (c) Fred ; 1057 Lorinda, b. Milan, O. ; m. Charles 
Degraff; had (a) Martin, (b)Georgie, (c) Elmer, (d) Bell, (e) Grant ; 1068 
Sarah A., b. Milan, O., February 12, 1825; m. there Willis Gardner ; had 
(a) Augusta P., b. September 8, 1846; m., in Ripon, Wis., February 9, 
1882, Benjamin Parker; (b) Lorena E., b. August 28, 1851 ; m., in Mil- 
waukee, Wis., June 17, 1891, John II. Grossman ; (c) Ida M., b. January 
23, 1863 ; m., December, 1891, John W. Poynten. 

1041. v. Humphrey, b. North Adams, Mass., September 13, 1788 ; d. South New 

Berlin, N. Y., June 24, 1870. 

— — ' v CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

1042. vi. Israel, b. Oneida County, N. Y., March 14, 1807 ; d. Jamestown, N. Y., 

November 28, 1863. 
1048. vil David, b. Oneida County, N. Y. 

1039. WILLIAM (046 Humphrey, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Hum- 
phrey). Married Zerriah Jones (b. Rhode Island, 1780; d. Kings 
Settlement, N. Y., August 6, 1858). 



SO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

CHILDREN. 

1044. I Nelson, b. Norwich, N. V., August, 1608 ; <L Norwich, N. Y., September 

16, 1869. 

1048. if. Albert. 

1046. HI Richard. 

1047. ir. Lewis. 

1048. y. Mary. 

1049. tL Susan. 

1050. riL Adeline Lorinda, 

1044. NELSON (1039 William, 946 Humphrey, 15 John, 2 
James, 1 Humphrey). Married Esther Randall (d. North Norwich, N.Y., 
December 4, 1865). 

CHILDREN. 

1080. i. William Randall, b. Norwich, N. Y„ April 29, 1834 ; m., first, in Nor- 

wich, N. Y«, January 18, 1855, Augenetta Bowers (b. Norwich March 22, 
1835 ; d. there December 6, 1883) ; m. t second, in Kings Settlement, N.Y., 
July 23, 1888, Anna Toury (b. Kings Settlement). Mr. Tiffany has been 
assessor of supervision, and owns a large farm at Kings Settlement Chil- 
dren (by first marriage, none by second): 1082 Helen M., b. January 3, 1856 ; 
m. Herman Bloom ; 1083 Lillie, b. January 1, 1858 ; m. Albert Stratton ; 
1084 Charles, b. March 8, 1860 ; m. Carrie Thompson ; 1085 Nelson, b. 
May 12, 1862 ; m., in St. Paul, Minn., October 26, 1885, Jennie Elmira 
Howe ; had Clayton, b. July 5, 1887; 1086 Henry, b. December 2, 1864; 
1087 Frank, b. March 21, 1867 ; 1088 Nettie, b. January 15, 1872. 

1081. it. EDWIN, b. Norwich, N. Y.; m., in Kings Settlement, N. Y., in 1854, Mary 

A. King. Children: 1089 George H., b. Kings Settlement, N. Y.; m. 
Imogene Spencer in Norwich, N. Y.; 1090 Willie K, b. Kings Settle- 
ment, 1862 ; d. Merriam Park, Minn., September 2, 1888 ; 1091 Edna C, 
b. Norwich, N. Y„ March 21, 1872; m., in Norwich, March 21, 1893, 
George H. Rowe of Norwich. 

1041. HUMPHREY (946 Humphrey, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Hum- 
phrey). Married, in South New Berlin, N. Y., July 5, 1811, Hannah 
Mathewson (b. Rhode Island May 20, 1791 ; d. Knoxville, Pa., July 29, 
1865). 

CHILDREN. 

• (All born in Sherburne, N. Y.) 

1069. i. Mary Ann, b. May 12, 1812 ; d., in Nebraska, 1890; m., March 8, 1838, 
Daniel Angell. Had six children. 

1060. ii. Brown, b. December 19, 1814 ; d. April 13, 1879 ; m., September 30, 1841, 

Levinia Leach (d. Oxford, N. Y. t November 6, 1890). S. P. 

1061. iii. Abbey, b. December 24, 1816; m., September 12, 18 J7, Isaac S. Sherwood. 

S. P. 

1062. iv. John Mathewson, b. December 17, 1818 ; d. October 22, 1819. 

1063. v. William Murton, b. February 10, 1820 ; <L January 17, 1890. 



THE TIFFAHYS OF AMERICA. %\ 

1064. rl Juli AETT, b. July 9, 1 822 ; d. August 31, 1823. 

1065. viL John Mathewson, second, b. July 6, 1824. 

1066. viii. Warren, b. April 9 ; d. April 14, 1827. 

1063. WILLIAM MURTON (1041 Humphrey, 946 Hum- 
phrey, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Nelson, Pa., 
October 27, 1851, Mary C. Smith (b. February 1, 1832). 

children. 

1074. i. Delevan H., b. Augusts, 1852; m., in Hornellsrille, N. Y., October 17, 

1877, Elizabeth L Armstrong. 

1075. ii. Murton W„ b. February 3, 1854 ; d. July 26, 1880. Unmarried. 

1076. Hi. Julia E., b. October 5, 1855; m., in Hornellsville, N. Y., January 13, 

1881, William O. Gibbs. 

1077. iv. Isaac S., b. November 5, 1857 ; d. July 22, 1890 ; m., in New Mexico, 

1885, Dixie Posey. 

1065. JOHN MATHEWSON (1041 Humphrey, 946 Hum- 
phrey, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Norwich, N. Y., 
March 28, 1849, Louisa Tallmadge (b. February 22, 1832 ; d. Addison, 
N. Y., January 14, 1881). 

CHILDREN. 

1078. L Frank R., b. Norwich, N. Y., October 7, 1851 ; m. Lora A. Knapp (b. Mara- 

thon, N. Y., August 13, 1862). Child i 1092 Yerda L., b. February 3, 
1881. 

1079. ii. Frederick A., b. Norwich, N. Y., March 12, 1855 ; m., in Sherman, 

Tex., May 6, 1875, Emma Bacon. Children (all born in Emporia, Kan.): 

1093 Walter Frederick Palacio, b. November 22, 1876 ; d. March 6, 1880 ; 

1094 Rose Irene, 1095 Lillie Belle (twins), b. August 28, 1879 ; 1095a Rose 
Irene, d. March 6, 1880, Lillie Belle d. June 29, 1885 ; 1096 Mary Etta, 
b. May 19, 1881. 

1042. ISRAEL (946 Humphrey, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, in Jamestown, N. Y., Lucena Cook (b. June 2, 1810; d. James- 
town, N. Y., January 10, 1855). 

CHILDREN. 

(All born in Jamestown, N. Y.) 

1067. I Sally M., b. December 25, 1832 ; d. Fredonia, N. Y., September 18, 1868. 

106a it Samuel N., b. September 20, 1835. 

1069. lit Alanson S., b. August 26, 1837 ; d. October 26, 1888 ; m. Zora Lewie 

1070. iv. Chapin A., b. August, 1839. 

1071. t. Roselia F. C, b. April 11, 1842 ; m., September 16, 1860, Archibald F. 

McDowell Children : 1100 Emily, b. Franklin, Pa., November 27, 
1861 ; d. SinclairviUe, N. Y., October 7, 1862 ; 1101 Anna D., b. James- 



82 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

town, N. Y., May 97, 1868 ; 1109 Berth*, b. Franklin, Pa., May 4, 1886 j 

1108 William J., b. June 1, 1868. 
1071 ri. Lanson J., b. May 3, 1860. 
1078. Tit Wallace, b. October 24, 1863 ; d. at Spotttylrania Court House, May 12, 

1864. 

1070. CHAPIN A. (1042 Israel, 946 Humphrey, 15 John, 
2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Dunkirk, N. Y., January, 1868, 
Mary Dewan (b. in Ireland, December 10, 1849). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Jamestown, N. Y.) 

1097. I. Luc em a M., b. August 27, 1867. 

1098. it. Ella Alktta, b. May 16, 1869 ; d. August 12, 1870. 

1099. iii. John William, b. December 20, 1871. 



THE TIFFASYS OF AMERICA. 83 



NOAH TIFFANY BRANCH. 

947. NOAH (15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, 
July 19, 1780, Hannah Carpenter (b. Attleboro, Mass., 1761; d. there 
August 28, 1785) ; m., second, September 25, 1786, Mary Olney of 
Smithfield (b. Attleboro, Mass., 1759; d. Gibson, Pa., March, 1837). 

Noah Tiffany was deputy sheriff at Attleboro. In 1809 he removed to 
Brooklyn, Pa., where he was postmaster. He also kept a public house 
known as the Old Abbey, on the Milford and Oswego Turnpike. He 
enlisted twice in the Revolutionary War. He was a prominent Mason. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

(All born in Attleboro, Mass.) 

1104. L Jemima, h. August 2, 1782 ; d. Harford, Pa., April 21, 1874 ; m., in Har- 
ford, Pa., November 11, 1804, Eliab Farrar (b. Waltham, Mass., June 18, 
1773 ; d. Harford, Pa., October 29, 1858). Children : 1115 Lucina, b. 
Gibson, Pa., October 26, 1805; d. January 28, 1873, at Bethany, Pa.; 
1116 Lorin Tiffany, b. Gibson, Pa., November 9, 1807 ; d. Harford, Pa., 
December 17, 1891 ; m., in Harford, Pa., February 4, 1836, Mary L. 
Chandler (b. February 6, 1817 ; d. December 13, 1892) ; was a justice of 
the peace and prominent in public affairs ; had (a) Adelia Emetine, b. Jan- 
uary 17, 1839; m., August 23, 1865, William B. Redfield (b. 1830; d. 
1870) ; (b) Julia Helen, b. January 16, 1844 ; d. September 16, 1844 ; (c) 
Mary Sophronia, b. June 15, 1845 ; (d) Edgar Wallace, b. December 12, 
1848 ; m., May 10, 1877, Esther S. Hinc, a descendant of Hosea Tiffany ; 
(e) Helen Adeline, b. May 13, 1852; m., October 18, 1871, Warren S. 
Follett (b. March 19, 1849 ; d. August 7, 1872 ; a descendant of Thomas 
Tiffany) ; (f) Sidney Clark, b. August 18, 1854 ; d. September 4, 1856 ; 
(g) Alice Estella, b. September 4, 1857; m., August 26, 1891, William L. 
Rogers; (h) Lorin Otto, b. May 6, 1861 ; m., April 30, 1890, Elsie F. 
Gillespie; 1117 Luther Thatcher, b. Gibson, Pa., Nov. 9, 1807; d. Down- 
er's Grove, III., June 13, 1836 ; m., September 19, 1831, Emeline Stanley 
(b. Harford, Pa., May 10, 1812 ; d. Downer's Grove, 111., May 30, 1847); 
had (a) Judson Ward, b. June 14, 1833 ; killed at battle of Beverly Ford, 
Va., June 18, 1863 ; (b) Eugene Wellington, b. July 24, 1835; m., Decern- 
ber 10, 1864, Martha Jane Carpenter ; 1118 Henrietta, b. Gibson, Pa., Jan- 
nary 1, 1810; d. Delaware, O., May 29, 1879; m., March 25, 1829, Loren 
Eastman (b. in Vermont, August 7, 1804 ; d. Delaware, O., January 18, 
1878); had (a) James Oscar, b. Harford, Pa., July 9, 1830 ; d. Delaware, O., 
December 11, 1849; (b) Emily, b. Harford, Pa., July 28, 1832; d. Dela- 
ware, O., September 10, 1882; m., November 3, 1853, Moses L. Starr; 
(c) Emery Moore, b. New Milford, Pa., January 28, 1836 ; m., first, June 
16, 1859, Adelaide S. Allen; they were divorced, and he m., second, Lavi- 
nia Cruickshank ; (d) Eliab Farrar, b. New Milford, Pa., July 11, 1842 ; 



84 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

m., March 5, 1866, Lucina Farrar (b. March 2, 1849 ; d. January, 1899) ; 
(e) Anna Mary, b. Delaware, O., April 17, 1854 ; m., October 22, 1886, 
Caleb M. Leonard ; 1119 Amy Emeline, b. Gibson, Pa., December 18, 1811 ; 
d. 1899 ; m., October 14, 1841, Rev. Elias Ogden Ward (b. Chatham, N. J., 
February 5, 1810 ; d. 1899); had (a) Stephen Day, b. August 30, 1842 ; d., at 
Fairfax, Va., September 18, 1862 ; (b) Edward Oscar, b. December 12, 1847 ; 
m., February 9, 1876, Alice E. Gammell ; (c) Mary Elizabeth, b. February 
2, 1850 ; m., March 31, 1869, George Read Burnes ; 1120 Eliab Moore, b. 
September 26, 1813 ; m., first, August 13, 1839, Emily A. Humphrey (b. 
Orwell, Pa., September 4, 1819 ; d. August 14, 1868) ; m., second, Octo- 
ber 4, 1869, Charlotte E. Howe (b. December 5, 1830); had, by first mar- 
riage, (a) Eliza Elmira, b. Gibson, Pa., July 11, 1841 ; m., February, 1863, 
Zenus U. Matthews; (b) Caroline Stanley, b. November 7, 1843 ; m., June 
6, 1866, William B. Purdy ; (c) George Chauncey, b. Orwell, Pa., March 
25, 1846; (d) Dudley, b. Orwell, Pa., September 28, 1849 ; d. August 28, 
1857; (e) Frederick Humphrey, b. Towanda, Pa., March 13, 1853; (f) 
Charles Sumner, b. Towanda, Pa., February 11, 1857; children, by second 
marriage, (g) William Henry, b. July 4, 1870 ; (h) Howe, b. August 12, 
1874; 1121 Daniel Milton, b. Gibson, Pa., May 2, 1815; m., first, Sep- 
tember 30, 1840, Mary Hartt (b. Huntington, L. I., February 1, 1812 ; d. 
Harford, Pa., July 12, 1867); m., second, December 31, 1868, Mrs. Sarah 
A. Braincrd (b. New Milford, Pa., June 17, 1821 ; d. New Milford, Pa., 
March, 1863); had (a) Eveline, b. October 20, 1841 ; m., March 23, 1858, 
Henry H. Corwin ; (b) Lucina, b. March 2, 1849; d. January, 1892; m., 
March 5, 1866, Eliab Farrar Eastman ; (d) Emily Starr, b. September 23, 
1863; m., June 1, 1872, George S. Doloway ; 1122 Hannah Carpenter, b. 
Harford, Pa., November 3, 1817 ; d. June, 1847 ; m. Rufus Grinnell ; 
1122a Mary Perigo, b. Harford, Pa., October, 1819; d. Carbondale, Pa., 
September 8, 1876 ; m. John Godding (b. 1809 ; d. January 28, 1859); had 
(a) Luther Russell, b. July 2, 1841 ; d. February 23, 1867 ; (b) Olive Vir- 
ginia, b. June 17, 1843; m., August, 1863, Miles D. Carpenter; (c) Han- 
nah Clara, b. August 31, 1847; m., September 28, 1876, Joseph Sherrard ; 
(d) Mary Electa, b. 1859 ; m., September 30, 1885, Frank Sherrard ; 1123 
Clarissa Balcomb, b. Harford, Pa., October 19, 1822 ; d. November 30, 
1868; m., April 10, 1845, Daniel T. Roe (b. December 12, 1817; d. Au- 
gust 4, 1877); had (a) Emma Maria, b. December 12, 1850 ; d. Willington, 
Mich.; m., July 6, 1877, Andrew H. Miller; (b) Henrietta Eastman, b. 
December 10, 1860; (c) Clara Read, b. December 20, 1865; m., Decem- 
ber 21, 1887, Andrew H. Miller. 

1105. ii. HANNAH, b. Attleboro, Mass., December 16, 1783 ; d. Harford, Pa., March 

14, 1874; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., September 19, 1810, Wells Stanley (b. 
Attleboro, Mass., December 20, 1782 ; d. Harford, Pa., February 3, 1838). 
Child j 1124 Caroline, b. Harford, Pa., April 19, 1817; d. there Novem- 
ber 13, 1841 ; m., in Harford, Pa., November 2, 1837, Russell Tuttle (b. 
1807; d. Harford, Pa., November 2, 1840). 

1106. lii. Arunah, b. Attleboro, Mass., August 8, 1785; d. Gibson, Pa., December 22, 

1863. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

1107. lv. Olney, b. Attleboro, Mass., 1787; d. Gibson, Pa., May 7, 1831 ; m. Mercy 

Miller (d. 1836). Children : (a) Mary Ann, b. Almond, N. Y., March 20, 



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1827 ; d. October 9, 1860 ; m., September 23, 1850, Daniel Owen Benja- 
min ; had Alida, Ellen, Olney Tiffany ; (b) Edwin, b. 1829 ; d. 1831. 

1108. ▼. Mary, b. Attleboro, Mass., September 15, 1789; d. Brooklyn, Pa., March 

25, 1819; m., June 12, 1814, Charles Perigo (b. Litchfield, Conn., May 3, 
1784; d. Brooklyn, Pa., August 13, 1867). Children: 1134 John Tiffany, 
b. Brooklyn, Pa., February 19, 1816 ; d. Harford, Pa., April 6, 1891 ; m., 
April 21, 1842, Sarah Oakley (b. March 20, 1818); had (a) Polly Clarissa, 
b. June 19, 1846; m. f July 15, 1873, Mather demons Tiffany (b. Brook- 
lyn, Pa., October 8, 1847; for further information see Thomas Tiffany 
branch); (b) Marvin Theodore, b. Harford, Pa., May 9, 1851; m., June 
12, 1872, Abbe Thatcher (b. January 19, 1854); 1135 Marietta, b. Brook- 
lyn, Pa., October 13, 1818 ; d. there March 6, 1841. 

1109. tu Amey, b. August 9, 1791 ; d. March 1, 1808. 

1110. vil. Noah, b. Attleboro, Mass., May 10, 1793 ; d. December 25, 1878. 

111L TiiL John, b. Attleboro, Mass., May 22, 1795 ; d. Canton, 111., January, 1863. 

1112. ix. Clarissa, b. Attleboro, Mass., 1796; d. Harford, Pa., January 22, 1869; 

m., 1829, David Waterman (d. September 14, 1864) Children : 1193 
Horace Charles, b. March 13, 1830 ; m., first, March 10, 1851, Eliza Pack- 
ard (b. July 26, 1826 ; d. June 2, 1884) ; m., second, November 4, 1891, 
Fidelia Simons Wright (b. December 25, 1837); had (a) Henry Manning, 
b. February 9, 1852 ; d. April 15, 1875 ; ( b) Frank Edgar, b. August 13, 
1855 ; (c) George Lee, b. September 14, 1872 ; 1194 John Nelson, b. Har- 
ford, Pa., May 15, 1833, killed in the Civil War 1862-63 ; m. Maria Penny ; 
had Jennie Waterman, b. July, 1855 ; 1195 Mary Ophelia, b. Harford, P*u, 
April 14, 1836; m., September 18, 1853, Theron Palmer (b. New Balti- 
more, N. Y., May 17, 1827) ; had (a) Lulu Emma, b. June 5, 1855 ; (b) 
Clara Ann, b. February 26, 1858 ; (c) George Alonzo, b. October 21, 1860 ; 
(d) Mary Alice, b. January 25, 1867; (e ) Addie Dora, b. September 7, 1870; 
( f ) John Lee, b. July 21, 1875 ; 1196 George Porter, b. June 26, 1839 ; m., 
September 19, 1861, Adeline L. Hawley (d. October 26, 1889); had (a) 
Joseph Clarence, b. November 30, 1863 ; (b) Minnie May, b. May 1, 1869. 

1113. x. LORIN, b. Attleboro, Mass., June 20, 1798 ; died there October 24, 1805. 

1114. xu Melinda, b. Attleboro, Mass., October 16, 1801 ; d. Bridgewater, Pa., De- 

cember 16, 1891; m., January 11, 1825, Myron W. Lindsey ( b. Otsego 
County, N. Y., December 7, 1804 ; d. Bridgewater, Pa., January 16, 1857). 
Children (all born in Dimock, Pa.) : 1197 James E., b. January 31, 1826 ; 
d. March 4, 1826; 1198 Mary Jane, b. May 8, 1827; d. May 4, 1832; 
1199 Nancy Maria, b. January 8, 1831 ; d. Sugar Notch, Pa., April 8, 
1892 ; m., May 4, 1853, Edwin Mack Tiffany (b. Bridgewater, Pa., April, 
1828; d. there September 25, 1888); for children, see Thomas Tiffany 
branch ; 1199a Olney Tiffany, b. April 19, 1835 ; d. April 8, 1840 ; 1200 
Pardon Tillinghast, b. August 21, 1841 ; m., January 11, 1867, Mary Oresta 
Goss; had (a) Edwin E., b. Bridgewater, Pa., June 23, 1868; (b) Ernest 
Leroy, b. Hopbottom, Pa., August 6, 1872 ; 1201 Lucy Caroline, b. January 
23, 1844 ; m., July 3, 1860, Highland L Bissell ( b. Brooklyn, Pa. July 13, 
1840) ; had (a) Myron F., b. June 12, 1861 ; (b) Nelson E, b. June 8, 
1867 ; ( c) Jessie M., b. April 3, 1875. 

1106. ARUNAH (947 Noah, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, first, in Harford, Pa., October 1, 1809, Lucy Follett (b. Attic- 



86 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

boio, Mass., August 29, 1791 ; d. Gibson, Pa., May 6, 1836) ; m., sec- 
ond, in Honesdale, Fa., February 8, 1841, Clarissa Bronson Lawrence (b. 
East Windsor, Conn., June 28, 1801 ; d. Gibson, Fa., December 24, 
1885). 

With the exception of two years, when he lived in Brooklyn, Pa., where 
he was postmaster, Arunah Tiffany lived near Gibson, Fa., from 1806 until 
his death. His home was on Kentuck Hill, the highest point, from which 
a magnificent view may be obtained. The old homestead is now occupied 
by Arunah Tiffany's son, Hon. George B. Tiffany. 

CHILDREN. 

1125. i. Calista Caroline, b. Gibson, Pa., September 22, 1811 ; d. Great Bend, 

Pa., January 23, 1892; m., first, January 1, 1835, Ebenezer Leighton (b. 
Franklin, Pa., December 8, 1811 ; d. Honesdale, Pa., May 24, 1847) ; m., 
second, November 21, 1848, Frederick Lines (b. Frankliu, Pa., April 25, 
1806; d. Great Bend, Pa., October 18, 1888). S. P. 

1126. ii. Ferdinand Balcomb, b. Gibson, Pa., Februarys, 1815; d. Pompton, Pa., 

August 8, 1840; m., July 4, 1840, Chloe Hopkins Dibble (b. Damascus, 
Pa., April 1, 1821). S. P. 

1127. HI LORINO Olney, b. Brooklyn, Pa., October 11, 1819; m., first, November 

18, 1845, Harriet Newell Hyde (b. March 15, 1815; d. Gibson, Pa., Au- 
gust 28, 1847); m., second, March 28, 1850, Susan Conklin Gregg (b. 
Goshen, N. Y., August 25, 1819; d. Harford, Pa., June 17, 1878) ; m., 
third, October 2, 1879, Martha J. Goodman (b. Salisbury Mills, N. Y., 
July 27, 1840 ). S. P. 

1128. iv. Harriet Newell, b. May 29, 1829; m., February 25, 1856, Ambrose F. 

Brundage (b. Benton, Pa., March 2, 1832; d. May 2, 1896). Children: 
1131 Eva Clair, b. Benton, Pa., February 19, 1857 ; m., first, January 1, 1876, 
Nelson P. Williams (b. Allcntown, O., March 14, 1852; d. Scott, Pa., No- 
vember 6, 1877); m., second, November 30, 1882, Jesse Emory Clifford 
(b. Hollis, N. H., July 27, 1848); had (a) Arthur Edgar, b. Scranton, Pa., 
March 8, 1884 ; ( b ) Ena Brundage, b. May 4, 1893 ; d. November 20, 
1895 ; 1132 Ena Lillias, b. Lenoxville, Pa., June 4, 1861, graduate of 
Alleghany College, Meadville, Pa., and professor of Greek and geometry 
in the high school at Pasadena, Cal. ; 1132a Arthur Tiffany, b. Peckville, 
Pa., November 21, 1865 ; d. there August 2, 1884 ; 1133 Hattie May, b. 
Peckville, Fa., February 9, 1871; m., October 27, 1891, John Robert 
Neeley (b. Blakeley, Pa., October 26, 1861). 

1129. v. Newell Schuyler, b. Gibson, Pa., November 3, 1833; d. there January 

14, 1852. Unmarried. 

1130. vi. George Bronson, b. Gibson, Pa., June 14, 1842 ; m., in Gibson, Pa., Jan- 

uary 7, 1874, Harriet Celinda Wilmarth (b. North Harford, Pa., June 7, 
1841 ). Mr. Tiffany was born on the farm which has ever since been his 
home. He is a descendant of one of the four brothers who were the pro- 
genitors of the Tiffany family in Susquehanna County. In June, 1863, 
George B. Tiffany enlisted in the 25th Emergency Regiment in Captain C. 
C. Halsey's company, and was discharged with the regiment the following 
summer. He has been a member of the Gibson G. A. R. Post since its 




GEORGE BRONSON TIFFANY. 
(1130.) 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 87 

organization, and it one of its past commanders. He is also identified with 
the County Veterans' Association. In 1898, he was nominated by the Re- 
pub! ican party for the Pennsylvania Legislature, and was elected by a hand- 
some majority. He served his constituents so faithfuHy and so successfully, 
that he was nominated for a second term, and was reelected in November, 
1900. 

1100. NOAH (947 Noah, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Mar- 
ried, November 25, 1817, Charlotte Seaver (b. Medway, Mass., Novem- 
ber 11, 1795 ; d. December 14, 1886). 

Noah Tiffany was a member of Captain Bailey's company of drafted 
men in the war of 1812, but remained in service three weeks only, as the 
British failed in their attack on Baltimore, and the members of the com- 
pany were discharged. He received a pension in his old age. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Gibson, Pa.) 

1136. i. Roxey Seaver, b. August 17, 1818; d. Damascus, Pa., February 16, 1867; 

m., February 26, 1849, Nathan Hand. Child : 1148 Noah Horace, b. July 
25, 1856. 

1137. ii. Mary Richardson, b. September 23, 1819; d. Benton, Pa., August 23, 

1877; m., August 1, 1853, Alfred D. Whiting (b. Norton, Mass., May 6, 
1822). Children: 1149 Zelia, b. Lenox, Pa., October 25, 1856; m., July 
4, 1870, Frederick Pattent (b. Dundaff, Pa., May 29, 1843); had (a) Mary 
Maria, b. August 27, 1871 ; (b) Charles, b. September 5, 1873 ; (c) Fran- 
ces Lamirs, b. September 21, 1876 ; ( d ) Martha Jane, b. February 28, 1879 ; 
(e) William, b. August 5, 1881 ; (f) Delia, b. August 6, 1881 ; d. August 
19, 1881 ; (g) Elsie, b. February 10, 1883; (h) Grace, b. June 22, 1885; 
(i) Sidney, b. October 1, 1888 ; (j) Eleanora, b. July 6, 1890 ; (k) Fred, b. 
June 19, 1893; 1150 Eliza, b. Lenox, Pa., May 17, 1858; m., March 7, 
1878, William Erastus Whiting (b. Herrick, Pa., July 20, 1856); had (a) 
Alvin Legranle, b. January 12, 1881 ; (b) Ernest, b. July 10, 1884; (c) 
Vernie, b. July 10, 1884 (twins); (d) Arthur Revere, b. June 2, 1892; 
1151 Horatio Hattin, b. Lenox, Pa., February 21, 1861 ; m., May 6, 1882, 
Josephine Tanner (b. October 28, 1855), had Earl, b. February 8, 1885. 

1138. iiL Hannah, b. March 30, 1821 ; d. Lenox, Pa., March, 1899 ; m., March 2, 1847, 

Albert Walker (b. Gibson, Pa., November 10, 1824). Children : 1152 Sher- 
man Duane, b. Gibson, Pa., January 17, 1848 ; m., first, February 20, 1870, 
Mary Adams (d. May 30, 1883) ; m., second, Jane Ferris ; had (a) Nettie, b. 
March 23, 1871 ; (b) Myrtie, b. October 16, 1873 ; (c) Ralph, b. July, 1878; 
1153 Willard Adelbert, b. Herrick, Pa., January 12, 1850 ; m., April 17, 
1873, Viola Darrow; had (a) Bertha May, b. April 26, 1874 ; (b) Eugene, 
b. September 13, 1877 ; (c ) George, b. March 14, 1879 ; (d) Norman Alma- 
ron, b. January 5, 1887 ; 1154 Charles Henry, b. Herrick, Pa., February 
14, 1852 ; m., February 14, 1878, Elizabeth Filborn ; had (a) John, b. Jan- 
uary 21, 1879 ; (b) Minnie, b. 1881 ; 1155 Eugene, b. Herrick, Pa., June 
11, 1854 ; d. there April 5, 1858 ; 1156 James Leroy, b. Herrick, Pa., Sep- 
tember 29, 1856 ; m.— ; had Frances, b. February, 1881 ; 1157 Almaron, b. 



S3 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

Herrick, P*., February 36, 1861 ; m., December 25, 1890, Winifred H. 
Callender ; had Jessie Almana, b. April 23, 1892 ; 1168 Albeit Malvern, b, 
Herrick, Pa., September 29, 1862; m., December 21, 1892, Meleia Wil- 
liams of Coventry, N. V.; 1169 Mary Ann, b. Gibson, Pa., May 17, 1866 ; 
d. June 19, 1866 ; 1160 Freeman Moore, b. Gibson, Pa., January 10, 1869 ; 
d. Glen wood, Pa., March 1, 1893. 
1189. iv. Conger, b. Gibson, Pa., January 25, 1823 ; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., December 
19, 1850, Mary Elizabeth Lines (b. Brooklyn, Pa., August 15, 1822; d. 
January 25, 1879 ). Child : 1161 Eva Ann, b. Brooklyn, Pa., August 24, 1858. 

1140. v. Phi lena, b. March 4, 1825 ; d. February 11, 1864 ; m., March 10, 1846, 

James Walker. Philena Tiffany and three of her children died within 
four days from an epidemic of cerebrospinal meningitis. Children : 
1162 Frances Helen, b. Gibson, Pa., May 12, 1847; d. Herrick, Pa., 
February 12, 1864; 1163 Mary Ann, b. Gibson, Pa., October 28, 
1851 ; d. Herrick, Pa., February 10, 1864 ; 1164 Charlotte Edith, b. 
Herrick, Pa., November, 1855; d. there February, 1856; 1165 Lillian 
Rosalie, b. Herrick, Pa., 1860; d. there February 9, 1804; 1166 Ernestine, 
b, Herrick, Pa., June 2, 1863; m., in Herrick, Florence Spangeburgh (b. 
Hollisterville, Pa., July 5, 1865); had (all born in Herrick, Pa.) (a) 
Philena, b. February 3, 1882 ; (b) Russell, b. April 24, 1887; (c) Harry, 
b. December 19, 1889; (d) Fred, b. May 17, 1893. 

1141. vl William Beach, b. March 9, 1827. Unmarried. 

1142. vii. Maria Emmons, b. August 12, 1829 ; m., November 28, 1860, William 

WicklifTe Dowd (b. Connecticut, November 21, 1828). Children (all born 
in Gibson, Pa.) : 1167 Frank Edward, b. October 28, 1862 ; m., September 
13, 1887, Rosalie May Walker (b. Herrick, Pa., June 13, 1866); had (a) 
Iva Ellis, b. July 2, 1889; (b) Lulu Ladorna, b. July 13, 1890; 1168 
Sarah Myrtie, b. January 8, 1865 ; m., September 10, 1884, Emery G. 
Pickering (b. Gibson, Pa., February 8, 1858); had (a) Celia May, b. Au- 
gust 24, 1885 ; (b) Lcona Maude, b. February 22, 1888. 
1148. viii. Henry MARTYN, b. August 24, 1831 ; d. Gibson, Pa., February 14, 1864. 
Unmarried. He served in a Pennsylvania regiment for more than two 
years, ree*nlisted, went home on a veteran furlough, was stricken with spotted 
fever and died on the day his furlough expired. He was taken prisoner at 
the second battle of Bull Run ; was at Gettysburg, and was given a letter from 
his superior officer commending him for his bravery and coolness in action. 

1144. ix. Edward, b. July 23, 1833; d. Burns wood, Pa., February 14, 1899. 

1145. x. Morrison, b. April 24, 1836 ; d. February 17, 1864. 

1146. xi. Philander, b. February 10, 1839 ; m., first, May 13, 1863, Abby Ann Mil- 

ler (b. Gibson, Pa., February 11, 1841 ; d. Jackson, Pa., March 4, 1864) ; 
m., second, November 18, 1866, Eunice Almeda Walker (b. Ararat, Pa., 
Decembers, 1842). Child : 1178 Fred Foster, b. Jackson, Pa., February 
24, 1869; d. October 14, 1897; m., March 20, 1895, Lizzie K. Miller of 
Clifford, Pa. 

1147. xii. Lucy Amy, b. March 2, 1841 ; d. March 24, 1845. 

1144. EDWARD (1100 Noah, 947 Noah, 15 John, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married, November 14, 1860, Ellen Eliza Brown (b. 
January 17, 1837; d. June 26, 1877, in Herrick, Pa.). 



THE TJFFANYS OF AMERICA. $9 



CHILDREN. 
(All bora in Herrick, Pa.) 

1109. L Charlottr Amanda, b. March 28, 1863 ; m., March 16, 1887, Alva Curren 
Bennett (h> April 5, 1850). Children: 1179 Weiss Erastus, b. Preston, 
Pa., June 6, 1888 ; 1180 Mina Amanda, b. April 14, 1892. 

117a ii. Maria Louisa, b. Herrick, Pa., August 22, 1865; m., December 2, 1883, 
Frank Barlow. Children : 1181 Mabel Ellen, b, Harford, Pa., October 27, 
1884 ; 1182 Lewis Edward, b. Harford, Pa., June, 1886 ; 1183 Wallace 
Elmer, b. Ararat, Pa., July, 1888; 1184 Bessie, b. St. Louis, Mo., May, 
1892. 

117L iii. Elmer Daniel, b. April 15, 1870. 

1172. iv. Orville Wallace, b. April 26, 1872. 

1145. MORRISON (1100 Noah, 947 Noah, 15 John, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married, in Gibson, Pa., May 24, 1859, Hannah Cham- 
berlain (b. Gibson, Pa., October 25, 1834 ; d. there December 80, 1885). 

children. 

1173. i. Silas Morrison, b. Jackson, Pa., September 24, 1860 ; d. New Milford, 

Pa., March, 1899; m., in New Milford, Pa., January 13, 1883, Lizzie M. 
Bennett (b. New Milford, Pa., August 7, 1865). Children (all born in 
New Milford, Pa.) : 1185 Lulu Maud, b. October 25, 1884 ; 1186 Herbert 
Orrin, b. February 25, 1887 ; 1187 Guy Uleric, b. March 30, 1889 ; 1188 
Pauline Ethel, b. November 24, 1891. 

1174. ii. Katy, b. Jackson, Pa., August 31, 1863 ; m., December 31, 1882, Sylvanus 

G. Browcr (b. New Milford, Pa.). Children (all born in New York 
State) : 1189 Fred, b. February 7, 1884 ; 1190 Edna B.; 1191 Fanny ; 1192 
Iva. 

1111. JOHN (947 Noah, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, in Fishkill Landing, N. Y., about 1828. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Fishkill Landing, N. Y.) 

1175. i. Mary, b. 1831; d. Canton, 111., February, 1879; m., June, 1861, John 

Hazen of Canton, I1L (d. there January 28, 1877). 

1176. ii. Sarah, b. 1833 ; d. Farmington, III., December 10, 1861 ; m. Thomas Jef- 

ferson Jacobus (d. Farmington, 111., 1866). Had several children. 

1177. iii. John, b. 1837; d. Canton, I1L, 1856. Unmarried. 



90 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

HOSEA TIFFANY BRANCH. 

948* HOSEA (15 John.hS James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in 
Attleboro, Mass.. January 9, 1799, Anna Wilmarth (b. Attleboro, Mass., 
June 17, 1757 j d. Harford, Pa., March 31, 1838), dau. of Thomas Wil- 
marth and Hepzibah Claflin, 

Hosea Tiffany was the leader of the men who went from Attleboro, 
Mass., to Pennsylvania, and settled there, giving the name of Tiffany 
prominence in Susquehanna and other counties of the State. Hosea Tif- 
fany was a remarkable man. He served with the colonists in the revolu- 
tion. His record, taken from the Massachusetts Revolutionary Rolls, is as 
follows j " In Captain Stephen Richardson's company, in Colonel George 
Williams' regiment, who marched from Attleboro, September 25th, and 
were discharged October 29, 1777, on a secret expedition to Rhode Island, 
were Sergeant Hosea Tiffany, Corporal Thomas Tiffany, Privates Daniel 
and John Tiffany." On the 27th of April, 1789, Hosea Tiffany, with a 
number of other men from Attleboro, Mass., started westward to make 
homes for themselves in what was then a wilderness. On May 18th they 
reached Beaver Meadow, where they built a rude bark cabin. It was the 
first cabin erected by white men in Harford, Pa. In February, 1792, after 
these early pioneers had gone back and forth between what is now Susque- 
hanna County, Pa., and Attleboro, Mass., preparing during their stay in 
the wilderness homes for their families, Hosea Tiffany, his wife and his 
children, Hosea, Jr., Nancy and Amos, with others from the same town, 
left Attleboro with oxen, sleds, cows, etc., and journeyed to what is now 
the site of Harford, Pa., reaching there in March. The Tiffanys and 
others in their party were the first white women to visit the place. The 
first sawmill was built there in 1800 by Hosea Tiffany and two other 
early settlers. In January, 1808, Harford was incorporated, and Hosea 
Tiffany's dwelling house became the election precinct. Hosea Tiffany 
was the first justice of the peace ; was appointed in 1799, and held the 
commission until 1812. 

CHILDREN. 

1202. i. Nancy, b. Attleboro, Mass., April 10, 1780; m. Captain Asbael Sweet 
Children : 1206 Fanny, b. 1802 ; d. March 13, 1875 ; m. Amherst Carpen- 
ter (b. March 7, 1800; d. October 19, 1877); had (a j Stephen E., (b) 
Lorenzo, d. May, 1890; (c) Alonzo, (d) Lovisa; 1207 Lovisa, b. August, 
1803 ; d. November 28, 1822 ; m. Olney Thacher (b. 1799 ; d. March 29, 
1882); had (a) Fanny, (b) Angelina, (c) Amanda, (d) Stephen R.; 1208 



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Stephen, b. February 27, 1807 ; d. February 7, 1800 ; m. Polly Seymo ur 
(b. November 37, 1809 ; d. Harford, Pa.); had (a) William, b. October 18, 
1833 ; d. February 24, 1864 ; (b) Horace, b. March 24, 1834; (c) Nancy, 
b. December 38, 1837; (d) Henry Stephen, (e) Polly Eveline, (f) Emily 
Adelaide, (g) Harriet Amanda ; 1209 Nancy, b. 1809; d. March 9, 1875; 
m. Seth Williston Thacher; had (a) Byington, (b) Marantha, (c) Lavinia, 
m. J. T. Langdon, S. P. ; 1210 Horace W. ; 1211 Marietta, b. 1819 ; d. Octo- 
ber 10, 1881 ; unmarried; 1212 Almeda, m. Ira Vadakin ; had (a) Harry, 
(b) EmUy M., (c) EUa A, (d) Ashael, (e) Vina L. 

1303. ii. Hose a, b. Attleboro, Mass., September 3, 1783 ; d. Harford, Pa., December 

9, 1836. 

1304. iil Amos, b. Attleboro, Mass., April 22, 1785 ; d. Harford, Pa., October 33, 1857. 
1806. iv. Peddy Wilmarth, b. Harford, Pa., August 3, 1796 ; d. there November 6, 

1830; m., 1814, Joshua Knight Adams (b. Canterbury, Conn., January 1, 
1794 ; d. Harford, Pa., February 7, 1876). Children (all born in Harford, 
Pa.) : 1222 Emma Verona, b. 1814; d. Otsego, N. Y., August 31, 1848; 
m., 1836, Benjamin Barton ; had (a) Emma Louise, b. 1838 ; (b) Sarai, b. 
1841 ; (c) James, b. 1844 ; d. in a rebel prison in 1864 ; 1223 Anna Jeru- 
sha, b. and d. 1816 ; 1224 Polly Knight, b. Harford, Pa., October 4, 1817 ; 
d. there May 24, 1892 ; m., in Lenox, Pa., October 27, 1837, David Larra* 
bee Hine (b. New Haven, Conn., January 12, 1815); had (a) Edward Ste- 
phen Porter, b. Gibson, Pa., July 9, 1838; (b) Frank, b. Harford, Pa., 
March 10, 1841 ; (c) Charles W., b. July 11, 1845 ; (d) Ettie S., b. Har- 
ford, Pa., December 28, 1851; d. there April 15, 1887; (e) May L,, 
b. Harford, Pa., May 1, 1854 ; d. April 30, 1890 ; (f) James B., b. Novem- 
ber 26, 1856; d. June 19, 1857 ; (g) Lillis Josephine, b. June 12, 1859 ; 
1225 Sarai Annetta, b. 1820 ; 1225a Zelia Zerusha, b. 1822 ; m., 1842, Daniel 
Brundage ; had (a) Adelbert J., (b) Freling, (c) Annetta, (d) Warren D., 
(e) Florence C, (f) George, (g) Mary, (h) Wilmer M.; 1226 Hosea 
Veras, b. 1824 ; d. 1825 ; 1227 Nancy Maria, b. 1826 ; d. 1865 ; 1228 
Mary Selina, b. 1827 ; d. 1855 ; m., 1854, Asa C. Marvin ; 1229 Warren 
Clinton, b. 1830 ; d. 1840. 

1203. HOSEA (948 Hosea, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, February 1, 1807, Polly Sweet (b. Attleboro, Mass., December 
4, 1788; d. Harford, Pa., May 23, 1866). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Harford, Pa.) 

1213. L William Coy, b. June 4, 1808; d. May 1, 1876. 

1214. it Russell, b. February 18, 1810 ; d. Deer Park, 111., December 12, 1881. 

1215. iii. Edwin, b. May 28, 1812 ; d. March 22, 1857 ; m. Sophronia Case Smith 

(b. Ledyard, Conn., April 19, 1810; d. Brooklyn, Pa., October 28, 1884). 
Children : 1243 Malvina E., b. Harford, Pa., February 8, 1834 ; unmarried ; 
1244 Hosea Edwin, b. Harford, Pa., May 1, 1836; d. there June 4, 1838. 

1216. iv. Ashael, b. December 28, 1815; d. Hannibal, Mo., 1859. 

1217. v. Franklin H., b. November 25, 1818 ; A'May 6, 1885; m., first, March 27, 

1849, Sarah B. Leach; m., second, Permelia Shannon. Child (by first 
wife): 1241 Florence ; m. D. C. Tom kins ; bad Florence. Child (by second 
wife): 1242 Burke. 



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i. 


1231. 


ii. 


1232. 


iil. 


1233. 


iv. 



92 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

1218. tL ALONZO, June 25, 1821 ; d. Gibson, Pa., July 6, 1866, 

1219. viu Hannah, b. February 5, 1826 ; d. March 2, 1867 ; m. Harvey Sibley (b. 

1797 ; d. September 4, 1886). Child : 1245 Alpha M. 

1220. riiL Laura, b. January 17, 1830 ; d. April 30, 1869. Unmarried. 

1221. ix. Byron, b. August 8, 1832 ; d. March 12, 1861. 

1213. WILLIAM COY (1203 Hosea, 948 Hosea, 15 John, 2 
James, 1 Humphrey). Married, July 18, 1838, Louisa Coman (b. Feb- 
ruary 6, 1821 j d. April 1, 1862). 

Mr. Tiffany studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1874, practiced for 
a time in Tioga County, and then returned to the old homestead at Har- 
ford, Pa. He served there as justice of the peace for several terms. 

children. 

(All born in Harford, Pa.) 

Paris Eugene, b. August 21, 1840. 

Volney, b. July 23, 1843 ; killed at the battle of Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862, 

during the Civil War. Unmarried. 
Ellen, b. March 4, 1846 ; m., 18C9, J. M. Spaulding, S. P. 
ALPHA, b. May 11, 1850 ; m., in Harford, Pa., May, 1876, Cassius M. Carpen- 
ter. Child : 1283 Clair C, b. 1876. 

1234. v. George, b. December 22, 1852 ; m. Libbie Sayboutz. Children : 1284 Ella 

B. ; 1285 Maude ; 1286 Addie. 

1235. vi. Charles William, b. May 27, 1859 ; m., September, 1885, Andra LaDelle 

Wilbur of Brackney. He was graduated as a physician from the University 
of New York in March, 1881, and practices at Brackney, Pa. 

1230. PARIS EUGENE (1213 William Coy, 1203 Hosea, 948 
Hosea, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, 1860, Abigal Black - 
ington (b. Harford, Pa., July, 1842). 

children. 

1246. i. Frank Ralph, b. Harford, Pa., July 25, 1861 ; m., 1884, Phebe Lewis. Chil- 

dren (all born in Harford, Pa.) : 1255 Floyd, b. July 9, 1887 ; 1256 Hollis, 
b. June 8, 1891 ; 1257 Ethel, b. September 6, 1885 ; 1258 Daisy, b. No- 
vember 3, 1890. 

1247. ii. Epfib Ellen, b. Susquehanna, Pa., June 9, 1864 ; m., in Hop Bottom, Pa., 

April 27, 1882, Elmer Ellington Ellsworth (b. Gibson, Pa., August 22, 
1861 ). Children : 1259 Orla Duane, b. April 3, 1883 ; 1260 Merle, b. 
July 1, 1887; 1261 Emeline Pearl, b. July 1, 1887 (twins). 

1248. Hi. Hattie Louisa, b. June 22, 1866, m., in 1888, Daniel Tomkins. Child: 

1262 Mary, b. May 6, 1889. 
Augustus, b. June 6, 1868. 
Christopher Columbus, b. July 29, 1872. 
Lillis Wilder, b. April 1, 1875. 
William Coy, b. March 29, 1878. 
Winfred, b. October 11, 1881. 
Bessie, b. July 11, 1886. 



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1214. RUSSELL (1203 Hosea, 948 Hosea, 15 John, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married, April 29, 1838, Sarah R. Ellsworth (b. Febru- 
ary 24, 1821). 

CHILDREN. 

1236. L Dora A., b. July 31, 1850 ; m., March 3, 1870, William R. Shute. ChiL 

dren : 1263 Lottie, b. December 18, 1870 ; d. June 24, 1873 ; 1264 Sadie, 
b. October 11, 1873 ; 1265 Helen T., b. December 10, 1874 ; 1266 William 
R., b. December 13, 1875 ; 1267 May D., b. February 12, 1878 ; 1268 
Frank R., b. October 2, 1881; 1269 Ethel E., b. December 30, 1883; 
1270 Clara R., b. December 29, 1885. 

1237. ii. Frank H., b. October 25, 1854 ; m., August 11, 1884, Etta Pohlman. 

1216. ASHAEL (1203 Hosea, 948 Hosea, 15 John, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married, September, 1843, Sarah A. Prentice (b. March 
21, 1823; d. Madison, Mo., July 19, 1856). 

children. 

123a u Hannah A., b. June 26 ; d. July 31, 1845. 

1239. ii. Russell, b. July 16 ; d. July 19, 1847. 

1240. iii. Guy Adolphus, b. June 24, 1854 ; m. Malvina Tiffany. Children : 1271 

Frank A., b. May 5, 1882 ; 1272 Alphia, b. June 7, 1884 ; 1273 Margaret, 
b. May 16, 1886 ; d. March 6, 1887 ; 1274 Sarah, b. February 14, 1888 ; 
1275 Eva, b. June 5 ; d. August 13, 1891 ; 1276 Ethel, b. August 24, 1892. 

1218. ALONZO (1203 Hosea, 948 Hosea, 15 John, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married, in Harford, Pa., February 13, 1848, Betsey 
Maria Waldron (b. Harford, Pa., April 3, 1826). 

children. 

1242. i. Mary Vandalia Waldron, b. March 31, 1850; m., in Montrose, Pa., J. 

W. Turrell. Children : 1277 Burke ; 1278 Mark ; 1279 Bess ; 1280 Neil. 
Burkk Walter, b. March 16, 1855 ; d. September 14, 1859. 
Jane Elizabeth, b. March 31, 1857; m., in Longmont, Col., 1881, J. A. 

Davis. Child : 1281 Philip. 
Philip Russell, b. September 8, 1859 ; m. Ella Woodford. 
Willard Hosea, b. August 6, 1863; m., in Longmont, Col., 1884, Alice 

Lincoln. Child : 1282 Ralph W. 

1204. AMOS (948 Hosea, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, about 1810, Rachel Tiffany, his cousin (b. Adams, Mass.; d. 
Harford, Pa., May 22, 1857). He was an officer in the War of 1812, in 
which he attained the rank of colonel of militia. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Harford, Pa.) 

1287. i. Virgil, b. October 17, 1810 ; d. 189L 

1288. ii. Amos Vernon, b. March 18, 1818 ; d. 1898. 



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94 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

1889. UL Anoblins, b, 1838 ; d. April 14, 1881 ; m., October 14, 1844, OtU GrinneU. 
Children i 1805 Amos, b. September 31, 1846 ; d. March 11, 1846 ; 1806 
L. May, b. September 18, 1848 ; d. July 15, 1871 ; m. , September 18, 1870, 
George L. Payne, a descendant of John Tiffany of Pleasant Mount, Pa. ; 
had Winifred M., b. July 4, 1871 ; m., November 9, 1893, Omer J. Jack- 
son ; 1307 Ella, b. March 34, 1853 ; m., in Harford, Pa., September 19, 
1876, W. G. Bailey ; have four children. 

1390. Iv. Vbstbr, b. February 5, 1828 ; d. Independence, la., February 20, 1892. 

1287. VIRGIL (1204 Amos, 948 Hosea, 15 John, 2 James, 1 
Humphrey). Married Sarah Milbourn Oakley (b. Harford, Pa., July 3, 
1812; d. Amboy, Minn., March 20, 1889). 

CHILDREN. 

1391. i. Hose a, b. Harford, Pa., October 10, 1837; m., first, 1859, Alpha Je fieri ; 

m., second, Maggie Hepburn. Children : 1308 Watson, b. Shelbyville, 
Minn. ; m. Zelia Getner ; had (a) Alpha, (b) Gladys, (c) Percy ; 1309 
Burton, b. Onatona, Minn.; d. Dodge Centre, Minn., 1899. 
1398. ii. Sarah, b. April 11, 1839 ; d. Sheboygan, Wis., January, 1881 ; m. Fred. 
Ladenberger. Children : (a) Helen, b. April 25, 1862 ; (b) Lois, b. Au- 
gust 19, 1865; m., December 31, 1891, William Goelzer ; (c) Eva, b. 
February 10, 1868 ; d. November 24, 1888 ; m., April 12, 1888, John Duley. 

1293. iii. ANGELINE, b. Harford, Pa., June 28, 1842; m., in Vernon, Minn., 1861, 

Albert M. Stephens (b. Bridgewater, Pa.). Children : 1310 Charles, b. 
December 25, 1861; m., 1889, in Minneapolis, Minn., Lou Bates; had 
(a) Marguerite, b. 1889 ; (b) Virgil, b. 1893 ; (c) Kathryn, b. 1895 ; 1311 
Fred, b. April 13, 1863 ; d. August 19, 1880 ; 1312 William, b. October 
24, 1866; m., in Minneapolis, 1894, Minnie Brown; 1313 Ella M., b. 
September 23, 1868; m., in Amboy, Minn., 1896, William C. Weeks of 
Waukesha, Wis.; had Helen A., b. January 9, 1897 ; 1314 Mina, b. August 
16, 1871 ; d, July 15, 1880. 

1294. iv. LORANDA, b. Harford, Pa., June 28, 1842; d. Lawrence, Mass., 1880; m. 

Pearl Otis. Children: (a) Alonzo, b. Shelbyville, Minn., 1865; m. Ida 
Holbrook; (b) Emma, b. Shelbyville, Minn., 1867; m. William Nicker- 
son ; (c) Ernest, b. Glenbeulah, Wis. ; d. Lawrence, Mass. ; (d) Virgil 
and (e) Verna (twins), b. Lawrence, Mass., 1878. 

1395. ▼. Virgil, b. Harford, Pa., 1844; d. Amboy, Minn., January 3, 1879. 

1296. vi. MARY, b. Harford, Pa., September 9, 1846; d. Vernon Centre, Minn., Janu- 
ary 3, 1900 ; m. ( 1878, Frank Amos Tiffany, son of Amos Vernon Tiffany 
and Sylvia Warner. 

1397. vii. Edwin, b., in Sheboygan, Wis., August 37, 1854 ; m., November 27, 1879, 
Hattie Selby. Children : 1315 Maud, b. Amboy, Minn. ; 1316 Florence, 
b. Amboy, Minn. 

1288. AMOS VERNON (1204 Amos, 948 Hosea, 15 John, 2 
James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, 1844, Sylvia Warner (b. New Mil- 
ford, Pa., 1823; d. Harford, Pa., May, 1863); m., second, in Harford, 
Pa., 1864, Amanda Richardson (b. Harford, Pa., 1832). 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA, 95 

CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 

1998. i. Willis W. , b. March 2, 1847 ; d. January 15, 1876 ; m., November 16, 

1869, Emily Hair. Children : 1317 Sylvia ; 1318 Willis. 

1999. ii. Frank Amos, b. May 18, 1852 ; m., 1878, Mary Tiffany, his cousin, dan. of 

Virgil Tiffany and Sarah W. Oakley. Children : 1319 Francis A.; 1320 
Alice W.; 1321 Clara D.; 1322 Grace; 1323 Willis W.; 1324 George S.; 

1325 Susie, d. in infancy. 

1300. iii. Mary £., b. August 17, 1855. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

1301. iv. Anna M., b. April 5, 1865; m., October 9, 1888, Fred Boerher. Children t 

1326 Grace ; 1327 Alice. 

1302. v. Carrie M., b. July 2, 1867 ; m., January 15, 1887, Anthony EngelL Child t 

1328 Nettie. 

1303. vi. Squire B., b. November 30, 1871. 

1304. viL Katie L., b. February 22, 1875. 

1290. VESTER (1204 Amos, 948 Hosea, 15 John, 2 James, 1 
Humphrey). Married, in Harford, Pa., February 8, 1852, Louise T. 
Lyon (b. Harford, Pa., April 2, 1832). 

CHILDREN. 

1329. i. Jessie Adeline, b. September 2, 1854; m., April, 1881, Dr. A. L. Piercy. 

Children : 1337 Ethel Roy, b. 1883 ; 1338 Oscar Vester, b. 1885 ; 1339 
Jessie M., d. in infancy; 1340 Arthur Claire, b. 1889. 

1330. ii. Ida Rachel, b. June 7, 1857; m., in China, September, 1882, C. W. 

Pruitt. 
Cora Angeline, b. December 6, 1858 ; m., October, 1892, Lucien Dodge. 
William Foster, b. August 20, 1860; m., June, 1892, Hattie Daniels. 
Elmer Newell, b. Darien, Wis., July 1, 1862 ; m., in Walker, la., 1891, 

Annie Winsor (b. Iowa, 1871 ). Child : 1341 Vester Winsor, b. September 

9, 1892. 
Edward V., b. August 19, 1865. 
Hattie Bell, b. March 2, 1868. 
1336. viii. John Herbert L., b. November 24, 1870; d. 1898. Was a soldier in the 

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THOMAS TIFFANY BRANCH. 

949. THOMAS (15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in 
Attleboro, Mass., June 10, 1779, Meletiah Tingley (b. Attleboro, Mass., 
October 5, 1762; d. Hartford Pa., May 7, 1835), dau. of Captain 
Timothy Tingley (b. October 3, 1697 ; d. September 21, 1779) and 
Martha Day (d. November 22, 1805). 

In 1794, Squire Thomas Tiffany went from Attleboro, Mass., with his 
wife and seven children, to what is now Susquehanna County, Pa., where 
he was with the famous "Nine Partners." He built for himself and 
family a home on a hill overlooking the site of the historical " Nine Part- 
ners' " spring, around which his descendants and those of his brother-in- 
law, Elkanah Tingley, annually gather. The home is owned by his family, 
and is occupied by his grandchildren. In 1799, he was commissioned 
justice of the peace, resigning the office in 1808, when his brother Hosea 
was appointed in his place. In 1893 there were five Tiffanys in Susque- 
hanna County, Pa., holding the commission of justice of the peace from 
the governor of the commonwealth. 

CHILDREN. 

1342. i. Lorinda, b. January 31, 1780 ; m. Noah Potter. Children : 1354 Albert ; 

1355 Buel, no. — ; had Lorinda L.; m., in Whitesboro, N. Y., J. L. Babbitt ; 

1356 Olivia, m. Christopher Manzer; 1357 Ira, unmarried, d. — ; 1358 
Charles, d.— ; 1359 Tingley; 1360 Peter, m.— , and had one child; 1361 
Belle, m. Thomas J. Empet ; had (a) Florence, (b) Joseph ; 1362 Amanda, 
m. Ezra Shepherdson ; had Lydia. 

Alfred, b. December 18, 1781 ; d. Brooklyn, Pa., February 26, 1860. 

Thomas, b. February 15, 1784; d. Hartford, Pa., May 7, 1848. 

Peletiah, b. September 12, 1786; d. Brooklyn, Pa., August 27, 1862. 

Tingley, b. October 28, 1788 ; d. Harford, Pa., December 15, 1866. 

Dalton, b. January 10, 1791 ; d. Harford, Pa., June 29, 1867. 

Lewis, b. May 21, 1793; d. Harford, Pa., June 20, 1860. 

Preston, b. April 20, 1795 ; d. Dimock, Pa., October 28, 1876. 

Milton, b. September 5, 1797 ; d. February 4, 1799. 

Betsey, b. September 17, 1799 ; d. November 27, 1829 ; m., in Harford, Pa., 
March 18, 1818, Nathaniel Norris (d. January 5, 1836). Children : 1417 
Thomas T., b. May 21, 1820 ; d. July 2, 1863 ; m., February 6, 1841, Sarah 
L. Knowlton ; had (a) Lucinda, d. — ; (b) Almon, killed in the Civil War ; 
(c) Cordelia, d. — ; (d) Louise, d. — ; (e) Eleanor, d. — ; ( f) Gilford Ward, 
d. — ; (g) Joseph Henry, m. Huldah Steenbach ; 1418 Amasa Chase, b. June 
19, 1826; m., November 6, 1851, Eliza M. Clark (b. March 31, 1829); had 
(a) Willis Clark, b. September 20, 1855; m. Ida C. Keen; (b) Alma 



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THE TIPPANYS OF AMERICA. 97 

N. M., b. July 19, 1869 ; d May 8, 1878 ; (e) Emmons, b. April 80, 1869 ; 
(d) Mayron jay, b. September 9, 1866; m., first, December 39, 1886, 
Grace Birdsall of Jackson, Pa.; m., second, in South Hero, Va., July 6, 
1892, Alice H. Hall ; 1419 Emma N. 

1851 xl Mela, b. March 14, 1802 ; d. September 27, 1866 ; m., January 4, 1821, 
Calvin Corse (b. September 23, 1794 ; d. May 11, 1881 ). Children s 1420 
Mela Caroline, b. May 20, 1822; m., first, J. B. Fislce ; m., second, Mr. 
Hophner ; had (a) Celestia, (b) Celestine, both b. July 1, 1851 ; \c) Leli 
Josephine, ( d ) Artless Veleroy ; 1421 Betsey Sabrina, b. January 23, 1825 ; 
d. February, 1871 ; m. Alonzo Barrett ; had (a) Delphine, (b) Josephine, 
(c) Delphine S., (d) Clemence Jerome, (e) Effie A., (f) Elmer; 1422 
Rufus T., b. June 20, 1827 ; d. April 20, 1848 ; 1423 Asa Dodge, b. Au- 
gust 21, 1829; m., October 28, 1852, Monemia Stuart (b. January, 1820); 
had (a) Barba Effie, b. July 15; d. July 16, 1854; (b) Clarence S., b. 
October 10, 1855 ; (c) Clayton G., b. December 5, 1857 ; m. Hattie Bur- 
dick ; 1424 Miles Jerome, b. New Milford, Pa., March 15, 1834 ; m., April 
22, 1858, Louisa Keep (b. February 8, 1837); had (a) Florence, b. Jackson, 
July 19, 1860; (b) Nellie, b. July, 1867; (c) Charles, b. Paterson, N. J., 
December 4, 1879; 1425 Martha L., b. December 13, 1836; m., February 
22, 1874, Frederick Bryant (d. August 2, 1882); had Clara May, b. March 
17, 1875; d. February 1, 1880; 1427 Mary S., b. December 9, 1839; m., 
December 9, 1874, Ira O. Stevens ; had Josie, b. January 1, 1880. 

1863. xii Orville, b. December 8, 1805 ; d. Nicholson, Pa., April 22, 1876. 

1343. ALFRED (949 Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, first, in Salem, Pa., January 26, 1806, Lucy Miller (b. Gloston- 
bury, Conn., July 24, 1784 ; d. Brooklyn, Pa., April 11, 1817) ; m., second, 
in Brooklyn, Pa., February 1, 1818, Fanny Mack (b. Lyme, Conn., April 
11, 1798; d. Brooklyn, Pa., December 4, 1850); m., third, in Lenox, 
Pa., May 11, 1851, Patience Vance (b. Windsor, N. Y., October 4, 1794; 
d. Harford, Pa.). 

CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 

(All born in Brooklyn, Pa.) 

1363. i. Cynthia, b. July 22, 1806; d. Brooklyn, Pa., July 20, 1848; m., in Brook- 
lyn, Pa., January 28, 1827, Eli Butler Goodrich (b. New Berlin, N. Y., Au- 
gust 27, 1802; d. Brooklyn, Pa., December 22, 1864). Children (all 
born in Brooklyn, Pa.): 1435 Lucy Miller, b. February 16, 1828 ; m., in 
Brooklyn, Pa., March 12, 1851, Henry Tewksbury ( b. Brooklyn, Pa., May 
9, 1827); had (a) Frank Eugene, b. January 18, 1852 ; m., in Brooklyn, 
Pa., January 30, 1879, Clara M. Fish ; (b) William Henry, b. April 22, 
1855; m., in Harford, Pa., December 26, 1875, Eva Maud Johnston ; (c) 
Lizzie Mary, b. June 19, 1861 ; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., October 24, 1888, 
Charles H. West ; (d) Hayden Anson, b. May 16, 1867 ; m., in Corbetts- 
ville, N. Y., December 25, 1886, Mertie A. Vergason ; 1436 Alexander 
Nelson, b. August 2, 1829; m., in North East, Pa., December 31, 1855, 
Elizabeth Ann James (b. North East, Pa., August 22, 1832); had Hattie 
Eva, b, Fayette, la., September 6, 1882; 1437 Wellington Marshall, b. 



08 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

November 4, 1830 ; d. Sperry, la., May 1, 1882 ; m., in West Union, la., 
January 9, 1864, Mary Jane Dyer | had (a) George Herbert, b. Fayette, la., 
May 17, 1865 ; ( b) Mary Erminie, b. Smith ville. la., November 24, 1866 ; 
(c)Elma May, b. Smithville, la., February 12, 1869; (d) Cynthia, b. 
Smithville, la., September 2, 1872; d. there September 8, 1872 ; (e) 
Ella, b. Smithville, la., October 19, 1874; d. there January 81, 1876 ; (f) 
Charles Wellington, b. Smithville, la., December 30, 1875 ; (g) Lena 
Ethlyn, b. Smithville, la., April 22, 1877 ; 1438 Cynthia Armenia, b. 
March 13, 1832 ; d. February 8, 1836 ; 1439 Eli Jeremy, b. December 25, 
1833 ; d. June 2, 1851, un named ; 1440 Edwin Butler, b. March 18, 1835 ; 
m., in Carbondale, Pa., November 24, 1860, Dollie Adelaide Capron; had 
(all born in Brooklyn, Pa.) (a) Willis Capron, b. September 23, 1862 ; d. 
January 10, 1884, unmarried ; (b) Eva Idelia, b. December 28, 1864 ; dL 
January 27, 1865 ; ( c ) Effie Grace, b. November 9, 1866 ; ( d ) Alma Ray, 
b. April 22, 1870; (e) Eugene Bruce, b. July 6, 1872; 1441 Charles Ting- 
ley, b. May 8, 1837 ; m., in New Milford, Pa., March 27, 1865, Sarah 
Amelia Raught ; had (all born in Brooklyn, Pa.) (a) Lillie May, b. De- 
cember 17, 1868; (b) Elmer Charles, b. August 28, 1871; (c)Myrtie 
Cynthia, b. September 16, 1874; 1442 Eliza Amanda, b. May 4, 
1840; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., April 4, 1872, Lyman T. Benjamin; 
had (all born in Springfield, 111.) (a) Hayden Lyman, b. Janu- 
ary 15, 1873; d. July 22, 1873; (b) William Eugene, b. April 23; 
d. July 31, 1874 ; 1443 Anson LeRoy, b. December 23, 1842; m., in Vi- 
enna, N. Y., February 28, 1869, Libbie Jane Cushing ; had Blanche Elosia, 
b. Brooklyn, Pa., September 7, 1870; 1444 Manzer Judson, b. October 22, 
1844; m., first, in Great Bend, Pa., November 23, 1865, Permelia Jennie 
Hawley ; m., second, in Strawberry Point, la., February 22, 1873, Julia 
* Lcona Barnes (d. August 5, 1875); m., third, in Fremont Centre, la., De- 

cember 31, 1876, Marinda Idellie Bartholomew ; had < a ) Earl Ashton, b. 
New Milford, Pa., March 27, 1866; (b) Bertie Henry, b. Brooklyn, Pa., 
June 26, 1868 ; (c) Leona Maud, b. Winthrop, la., September 8, 1877; (d) 
Susan, b. Winthrop, la., February 27, 1880; d. there April 27, 1880; (e) 
Mildred Idell, b. Winthrop, la., January 9, 1882 ; 1445 Ransom David, b. 
February 6, 1847; m., in Scran ton, Pa., February 22, 1865, Sarah Annie 
Very ; had (a) Ella May, b. Brooklyn, Pa., November 18, 1868, who was 
adopted by E. P. Bailey of Brooklyn, Pa.; (b) Frederick Earl, b. Brook- 
lyn, Pa., December 4, 1870; d. Scranton, Pa., February 16, 1891, adopted 
by Ralph Sterling of Brooklyn, Pa. ; 1446 Content, b. July 19, 1848 ; d. 
August 31, 1848. 

1364. ii. Anson Miller, b. January 22, 1808 ; d. Brooklyn, Pa., March 14, 1881. 

1365. iii. Clarissa, b. October 24, 1809 ; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., April 10, 1828, Walter 

Follet (b. Harford, Pa., May 31, 1805; d. Binghamton, N. Y., March 1, 
1884). Children: 1450 Russell Gains, b. Harford, Pa., September 4, 
1829; d. October 20, 1861; m., in Binghamton, N. Y., May 28, 1850, 
Jane Eliza Green ; had (a) Clara Ella; b. Montrose, Pa., March 9, 1851 ; 
(b) Frances Russell, b. New York City, February 11, 1853; d. May 6, 
1855; (c) Frances Jane, b. New York City, February 11, 1853; d. May 
10, 1855; (d) Mary Emma, b. Binghamton, N. Y., July 18, 1855; (e) 
Hattie Angeline, b. Susquehanna, Pa., September 29, 1857; (f) Walter 
Eben, b. New York City, December 25, 1859 ; 1451 Alfred Judson, b. 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 99 

Harford, Pa. , February 14, 1833 ; <L April 22, 1881 ; m., in Kirkwood, 
N. Y., December 14, 1855, Cynthia M. Jay ; had (a) John Walter, b. Great 
Bend, Pa., Jane 8, 1857 ; (b) Etta M., b. Binghamton, N. Y., January 1, 
1860 ; 1452 Lacy Emeline, b. July 13, 1834 ; m., in Bridgewater, Pa., Jane 
3, 1851, Edgar Mortimer Foster ; had (a) Clara B., b. Jackson, Pa., May 
12, 1855 ; (b) Fred F., b. March 21, 1857 ; (c) Frank R., b. October 23, 
1861 j (d) Cora, b. November 8, 1864 ; (e) Ira Ernest, b. December 12, 
1868; (f) Aitkin R., b. March 3, 1871 ; 1453 Arlington, b. Harford, Pa., 
September 4, 1836 ; d. there September 7, 1836 ; 1454 Elizabeth Peeney, 
b. Gibson, Pa., February 6, 1838; m., in Binghamton, N. Y., November 
30, 1856, Brazilla Kent ; had (all born in Binghamton, N. Y.) (a) Kate C, 
b. July 28, 1857; (b) Ida May, b. June 19, 1859; (c) Virginia A., b. 
March 12, 1861 ; (d) Minnie B., b. March 2, 1863; te) Fred U., b. Feb- 
ruary 14, 1865 ; (f) Clara E., b. May 29, 1867 ; d. August 14, 1868 ; (g) 
Nellie L., b. September 2. 1873; 1455 Harriet Finch, b. Montrose, Pa., 
August 27, 1840; m., in Binghamton, N. Y., January 4, 1864, Myron 
Raught ; had (a) Walter H., b. Brookville, Pa., January 27, 1865 ; d. there 
March 13, 1865 ; (b) Arthur M., b. Brookville, Pa., July 6, 1866 ; d. there 
February 21, 1868; (c) Bertha R., b. Millstone, Pa., May 23, 1868; d. 
there June 28, 1879; (d) Alfred Judson, b. Millstone, Pa., December 14, 
1870; d. there May 16, 1872; (e) Myron, b. Millstone, Pa., October 10, 
1872; d. there July 3, 1879; (f) Clara E., b. Millstone, Pa., May 18, 
1875; d. Horton, Pa., June 18, 1879 ; (g) Blanche, b. Horton, Pa., 
March 17, 1877; (h) Bessie, b. Binghamton, N. Y., February 11, 1881 ; 
(i) Frank Tiffany, b. Binghamton, N. Y., December 5, 1882 ; 1456 Arling- 
ton, b. Montrose, Pa., June 18, 1842 ; d. June 19, 1842 ; 1467 Clara Emily, 
b. Montrose, Pa., November 24, 1843 ; m., in Binghamton, N. Y., Decem- 
ber 25, 1867, Robert Van de Bogart ; had (a) Harry Victor, b. Brooklyn, 
N. Y., March 15, 1869 ; (b) Robert Walter, b. Brooklyn, N. Y„ December 
7, 1871 ; (c) Ella Maud, b. Binghamton, N. Y., August 27, 1873 ; d. Sep- 
tember 16, 1876; (d) Nina May, b. Binghamton, N. Y., September 5, 
1877; (e) Russell, b. Binghamton, N. Y., July 6, 1879; d. September 8, 
1880; (f) Helen Kate, b. Binghamton, N. Y., December 2, 1881 ; d. Oc- 
tober 13, 1882; 1458 Mary Jane, b. Montrose, Pa., July 11, 1846; m., in 
Binghamton, N. Y., April 29, 1871, John Henry Van Loan ; had (a) War- 
ren Percy, b. Hop Bottom, Pa., February 23, 1872; (b) Leanora Follett, 
b. Hop Bottom, Pa., September 22, 1876; (c) Jessie G., b. Summerville, 
Pa., November 22, 1878; (d) Fred Charles, b. Summerville, Pa., July 29, 
1880 ; 1459 Walter Arlington, b. Montrose, Pa., March 19, 1849 ; d. Feb- 
ruary 16, 1850 ; 1460 Warren Robert, b. Montrose, Pa., March 19, 1849 ; 
d. August 8, 1872 ; m., in Harford, Pa., October 18, 1871, Helen Adeline 
Farrar, S. P.; 1461 Cynthia Lorain, b. Binghamton, N. Y., October 31, 
1855 ; d. April 2, 1859. 
1368. iv. Nelson, b. September 17, 1811 ; d. Brooklyn, Pa., August 17, 1855. 
1367. ▼. Lucy Emeline, b. June 27, 1813; d. Harford, Pa., May 14, 1871; m., in 
Brooklyn, Pa., May 4, 1832, Jonas Adams (b. Ashburnham, Mass., Decem- 
ber 8, 1808 ; d. Harford, Pa., February 14, 1870). Children (all born in 
Harford, Pa.): 1466 Elizabeth B., b. February 27, 1833; d. February 16, 
1881 ; m., in Montrose, Pa., February 6, 1856, Henry Estabrook ; had 
Harry Sumner, b. Harford, Pa., May 25, 1859; 1467 Sumner Judson, b. 



100 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

June 29, 1889; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., September 15, 1869, Adelia Elixe- 
beth Barnard \ had (a) Winsor Wright, b. Harford, Pa., September 18, 
1870 } d. April 10, 1871 j (b) William W., b. Harford, Pa., January 9, 
1878 ; (c) Anna Caroline, b. January 9, 1876. 
1968. vl. Alfred Judson, b. December 28, 1815 ; d. Brooklyn, Pa., March 25, 1876. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

1869. vii. Lyoia Amanda, b. September 16, 1818; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., September 

29, 1842, Ellas Newton Carpenter (b. March 15, 1818; d. June 10, 1893). 
Children (all born in Harford, Pa.): 1470 Ann Eliza, b. April 8, 1843; 
1470a Lewellyn, b. October 8, 1844; m., in Middletown, N. V., April 26, 
1871, Elsie Josephine Perry (b. Lafayette. N. J., July 16, 1852); had (a) Win- 
frcd Perry, b. Harford, Pa., September 24, 1872 ; d. there January 9, 1877 ; 
(b) Minnie L., b. Middletown, N. Y., November 23, 1873; d. Harford, 
Pa., January 7, 1877; (c) Clara Grace, b. Harford, Pa., July 12, 1875; 
1471 Addie Amanda, b. July 28, 1850; d. October 22, 1890; m., in Har- 
ford, Pa., February 23, 1876, David Andrew Van Buskirk ; had (adopted) 
Glenn Carol, b. Harford, Pa., July 23, 1883 ; 1472 Elmer Nelson, b. 
January 20, 1857 ; d. October 20, 1858 ; 1473 Edson Mack, b. June 18, 1860. 

1870. viii. Joseph Lord, b. January 5, 1820 ; d. April 2, 1826. 

1371. ix. Charles Horace, b. December 18, 1821. 

1372. x. Hannah Eliza, b. December 26, 1823; d. June 14, 1872 ; m., in Brooklyn, 

Pa., January 30, 1845, Stephen Emerson Carpenter (b. Harford, Pa., 
August 19, 1822). Children (all born in Harford, Pa. ) : 1478 Ella Jose- 
phine, b. June 2, 1851 ; m., first, in Harford, Pa., May 6, 1873, Henry Ed- 
gar Grinnell ; m., second, May 11, 1893, Charles H. Birchard of Philadel- 
phia, Pa., S. P.; 1479 Frank E., b. April 22, 1857, m., in Susquehanna, 
Pa., October 28, 1880, Lizzie E. Case; had (a) Mamie, b. Harford, Pa., 
August 7, 1881; (b) Maude, b. Harford, Pa., August 7, 1881; 1480 
Homer Eugene, b. September 11, 1859 ; m., May, 1890, Maggie Wagner ; 
1481 Nettie Eveline, b. November 14, 1862; in., in Harford, Pa., June 2, 
1881, Lewis Martin Gillette ; had Lillian P., b. Gibson, Pa., May 25, 1883 ; 
d. February 24, 1886. 
1378. xl. Fanny Mary, b. October 22, 1825; d. August 23, 1879; m., in Brooklyn, 
Pa., May 4, 1848, Jackson Tingley (b. Harford, Pa., February 17, 1824). 
Children (ail born in Harford, Pa.): 1462 Willie, b. and d. September 
18, 1849 ; 1483 Sarah Jane, b. January 18, 1852 ; <L August 22, 1884 ; 
unmarried; 14N4 Mclvin, b. May 28, 1855; m., in Harford, Pa., Decem- 
ber 30, 1885, Lucy Abigal Tingley; had (a) Sadie, (b) Elsie, (c) Edna, 
(d) Nelson, b. June 17, 1859; m., in Factoryville, Pa., January 1, 1885, 
Emma O. Huff. 

1374. xii. Edwin Mack, b. April 22, 1828; d. Bridgewater, Pa., September 25, 1888. 

1375. xiii. Betsey Norris, b. April 19, 1830; d. October 26, 1873; m., in Harford, 

Pa., May 13, 1852, Horace M. Rice (b. Providence, Pa., September 7, 
1825 X Children : 1492 Frederick E., b. Scranton, Pa., March 24, 1854; 
m., in Philadelphia, Pa., April 11, 1882, Lillie M. Heaton(b. Philadel- 
phia, Pa., June 2, 1857); had (a) Horace E., b. June 4, 1883; (b) 
Elizabeth W., b. September 28, 1884 ; 1493 William DeForest, b. Scran- 
ton, Pa., April 22, 1857; d. Colorado, February 10, 1891; m. Mary E, 
Follett; 1494 Arthur Judson, b. Scranton, Pa., July 2, 1860; m., in 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA, 101 

Media, Pa., April 19, 1886, Hannah Krausa ; 1495 Carrie Elizabeth, h. 
Scott, N. Y., February 26, 1862 ; m., in Binghamton, N. Y., December 
27, 1883, John Williamson; had (all born in Ashley, Pa.) (a) Earle, b. 
July, 1888 ; (b) Arthur, b. October 4, 1892 ; 1496 Addie M., b. Bingham- 
ton, N. Y., January 2, 1868; d. Ashley, Pa., 1887; 1497 Hattie M., b. 
Binghamton, N. Y., May 1, 1870. 
1378. air. William Henry, b. May 9, 1832 ; m., in Harford, Pa., March 11, 1861, 
Eva Van Buskirk (b. Harford, Pa., September 15, 1841). Child: 1498 
Hattie Adelaide, b. New Hampton, N. J., August 27, 1862 ; m., April 8, 
1888, John S. Marean. 

1377. vt. Sarah Matilda, b. April 19, 1834; d. Chicago, 111., March 18, 1878; m., 

first, in Harford, Pa., September 28, 1853, George J. Benjamin; m., 
second, in Chicago, III., 1870, George J. Brayton. Children : 1499 Frank 
Eugene, b. June 26, 1856; m., first, in Montrose, Pa., June 9, 1878, Sadie 
E. Benjamin; m., second, in Plymouth, Pa., May 21, 1885, Margaret A. 
Shellhammer ; had George Nelson, 1>. Jersey City, N. J., January 2, 1879 ; 
1500 Adclbcrt Marvin, b. Hyde Park, III., May 8, 1858; m., in Basking 
Ridge, N. J., September 15, 1880, Sarah Annie Young ; had (a) Lyman 
H., b. Chester, N. J., July 16, 1882; (b) Mary F., b. St. Paul, Minn., 
October 27, 1884; 1501 Arnold, b. Chicago, 111., March 22, 1871. 

1378. xvi. Marvin Lee, b. March 23, 1836 ; d. January 21, 1893 ; m., in Brooklyn, 

Pa., January 1, 1860, Lucy Ann Roper (b. Harford, Pa., November 25, 
1839; d. January 21, 1893, in Hop Bottom, Pa.). Mr. Tiffany-began his 
business career as a railroad employe^ but became a farmer in 1878, buying 
100 acres of land near Hop Bottom. He was instrumental in creating the 
borough of Hop Bottom, and was president of its first council. He served 
as assessor, judge of elections, school director and president of the school 
board. Child (adopted ) : 1502 Flora Lathrop, b. May 4, 1874. 

1379. xvii. Franklin Elliott, b. August 3, 1838. 

1380. xviii. Harriet Adelaide, b. March 6, 1842 ; m., in Harford, Pa., August 9, 

1859, Homer Tingley (b. Harford, Pa., December 4, 1836). Children: 
1506 William H., b. Harford, Pa., May 18, 1860; m., in Susquehanna, 
Pa., March 23, 1882, Sarah Frances Van Buskirk; had (a) Clara Bell, b. 
New Milford, Pa., February 21, 1883; d. 1885; (b) Hattie M., b. New 
Milford, Pa., May 25, 1884; 1507 Janette Dean, b. New Milford, Pa., 
March 26, 1862; m. there, March 6, 1880, John Hartt ; had (a) Nellie 
A., b. Jackson, Pa., April 24, 1881 ; (b) Bertie C, b. Jackson, Pa., No- 
vember 21, 1884; 1508 Haydcn L., b. December 15, 1866; 1509 Minnie 
Ella, b. September 25, 1869; 1510 Arthur P., 1>. November 28, 1872; 
1511 Homer J., b. September 22, 1875 ; 1512 Una A., b. June 11, 1880; 
1513 Lulu B., b. June 11, 1880; d. August, 1880; 1514 Emma Irene, b. 
September 2, 1881 ; d. January 18, 1883. 

1381. xix. Newell Wesley, b. August 11, 1844. 

1382. xa. George W., b. November 22, 1824 ; married. Children : 1518 Perry G., 

1519 Hosca E., 1520 Cynthia G., 1521 Milo E., 1522 Eroline R., 1523 
William B., 1524 Eolic G. 



1364. ANSON MILLER (1343 Alfred, 049 Thomas, 15 John, 
2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Brooklyn, Pa., October 7, 1830, 



102 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OP 

Sarah B. Melbourne (b. Brooklyn, Pa., December 3, 1809; d. there Feb- 
ruary 22, 1884). 

CHILDREN. 
(AU bora in Brooklyn, Pa.) 

1447. i. Lyman Bloomfield, b. August 25, 1831. 

144a IL Hannah Eliza, b. July 20, 1835; m., first, in Eaton, Pa., September 18, 
1853, Jesse Wood Tcwksbury ( b. January 1, 1832 ; killed, April 2, 1865, 
while storming Fort Gregg, near Petersburg, Va,); m., second, in Brook* 
lyn, Pa., August 22, 1876, William Hamilton Packer. Children (all born 
in Brooklyn, Pa.) : 1531 Anson L., b. November 15, 1855 ; 1532 Elbert 
L., b. October 1, 1858 ; 1533 Lillie M., b. December 24, 1861 ; d. Decern, 
ber 29, 1861. 

1449. iii. Lucy Caroline, b. July 20, 1837 ; d. December 5, 1862. 

1447. LYMAN BLOOMFIELD (1364 Anson M., 1343 Al- 
fred, 949 Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in 
Brooklyn, Pa., June 27, 1858, Malena Fish (b. Brooklyn, Pa., April 24, 
1836). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Brooklyn, Pa.) 

1525. i. Bkecher Miliiourne, b. June 23, 1859 ; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., April 

15, 1885, Lucia B. Crandall (b. Brooklyn, Pa., November 25, 1860). Chil- 
dren : 1534 Louise M., b. Kirkwood, N. Y., February 15, 1886, d.— ; 1535 
Roy E., b. Kirkwood, N. Y., June 28, 1887; d. August 5, 1888; 1536 
Raymond Nelson, b. Susquehanna, Pa., November 30, 1892; d. April 7, 
1899. 

1526. ii. Jennie Ancy, b. April 14, 1861 ; d. July 25, 1863. 

1527. iii. Henry Nelson, b. February 17, 1863 ; m., first, in Kirkwood, N. Y., De- 

cember 30, 1885, Mary £. Looinis(b. Harford, Pa., January 4, 1863; d. 
Brooklyn, Pa., December 7, 1888) ; m., second, in Conklin, N. Y., Febru- 
ary 17, 1891, Addie D. Palmer (b. Harford, Pa., Septemlwr 7, 1870). Chil- 
dren : 1537 Harold Becchcr, b. Brooklyn, Pa., April 18, 1894; 1538 Mary 
Louise, b. Brooklyn, Pa., August 19, 1895 ; 1538a Maurice Lyman, b. May 
19, 1900. 

1528. iv. Anson Walter, b. December 4, 1864 ; d. Binghamton, N. Y., January 26, 

1899; m„ in Great Bend, Pa., September 6, 1888, Ella M. Lowe (b. Brook- 
lyn, Pa., March 7, 1863 ). S. P. 

1529. v. Frederick Anthony, b. March 9, 1867 ; m., in Waverlcy, N. Y., June 2, 

1890, Maggie A. Dutter ( b. March 7, 1869 ). Children ( all born in Brook- 
lyn, Pa.) : 1539 Clyde Elwin, b. August 19, 1892 ; 1540 Walter Anson, b. 
July 29, 1895 ; 1541 Rolston Ivan, b. September 11, 1899. 

1530. vi. Elwin Bloomfield, b. April 2, 1873; m., October 9, 1895, Evelyn Bishop 

of Binghamton, N. Y. ( b. October 9, 1875 ). 

1366. NELSON (1343 Alfred, 949 Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married, in Brooklyn, Pa., September 15, 1836, Per- 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 103 

mclia Emeline Whitney (b. Brooklyn, Pa., May 13, 1817). Nelson 
Tiffany was a prominent man in Brooklyn, Pa. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Brooklyn, Pa.) 

1462. L Harvey Nelson, b. October 4, 1839. 

1463. ii. Harmon Blakeslee, b. September 4, 1844. 

1464. iii. Cynthia Armenia, b. July 9, 1849 ; d. December 28, 1863. 

1465. iv. Emily Elizabeth, b. February 17, 1851 ; m., in Montrose, Pa., April 7, 

1873, Myron Jackson Titus ( b. Lenox, Pa., March 2, 1840). Children 
(both born in Hop Bottom, Pa.) : 1550 Clara Eugenia, b. October 22, 1875 ; 
d. there October 8, 1883 ; 1551 Harry Ellwood, b. April 6, 1888. 

1462. HARVEY NELSON (1366 Nelson, 1343 Alfred, 949 
Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married in Montrose, Pa., 
February 25, 1868, Jennie E. Trumbull (b. Bridgewater, Pa., June 23, 
1845). 

Mr. Tiffany has collected a large amount of information concerning the 
Pennsylvania Tiflanys, which has been placed at the disposal of the author. 
He published, in 1861) and in 1886, charts of the descendants of Alfred 
Tiffany, his grandfather, which are accurate and complete. He is a learned 
man, and has held many places of public trust. 

children. 

1542. i. Nelson John, b. Brooklyn, Pa., February 2, 1869. 

1543. ii. Byron Martin, b. Bridgewater, Pa., April 18, 1877. 

1544. iii. Gertrude Electa, b. Bridgewater, Pa., June 6, 1879. 

1545. iv. Lizzie P., b. Bridgewater, Pa., November 8, 1881. 

1463. HARMON BLAKESLEE (1366 Nelson, 1343 Alfred, 
949 Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Harford, Pa., 
April 5, 1870, Lizzie E. McConnell (b. Bangor, Ireland, August 8, 1848). 

CHILDREN. 

( All born in Brooklyn, Pa.) 

Harry Harvey, b. May 29, 1871 ; d. February 10, 1873. 
Elmer Edson, b. January 5, 1874 ; d. April 23, 1874. 
Frank Eugene, b. July 17, 1876. 
Augustus Harmon, b. July 23, 1879. 

1388. ALFRED JUDSON (1343 Alfred, 949 Thomas, 15 
John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Brooklyn, Pa., March 29, 
1840, Lucy E. Loomis (b. Coventry, Conn., October 18, 1818; d. Hop 
Bottom, Pa., March 20, 1888). 



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104 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

Mr. Tiffany was a farmer and stock dealer, and held a number of town 
offices. 

CHILDREN. 
(Born in Harford, Pa.) 

1408. L Edson Man nino, b. January 19, 1841 ; m., first, in Wyal using, Pa., Sep- 
tember 14, 1871, Mary Elizabeth Mile»(b. Auburn, N. Y., November 2, 
1846; d. Hop Bottom, Pa., January 31, 1888); m., second, in Hop Bot- 
tom, Pa., October 27, 1891, Florence M. Ballou (b. Seneca, Kan., Octo- 
ber 2, 1807). Mr. Tiffany has been a prominent merchant for thirty.five 
years and has held the positions of assistant postmaster and of postmaster 
at Hop Bottom, was elected first burgess for three years in the borough, 
has been judge of elections and member of the town councils. Child : 
1552 Grace Pearl, b. Hop Bottom, Pa., January 17, 1875; m., October, 
189fi, E. W. Merrill ; had Arlenc, b. 1900. 

1469. it IIenky Judjon, I). May 27, 1819 ; d. November 10, 18C2. 

1371. CHARLES HORACE (1313 Alfred, 949 Thomas, 15 
John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Harford, Pa., July 2, 1814, 
Emeline Oakley (b. Brooklyn, Pa., August 20, 1822). 

children. 

1474. i. James Alfred, b. Harford, Ta., July 8, 1845. 

1175. ii. Step-hen E., b. Harford, Pa., July 9, 1847. 

1170. iii. FANNY Mary, b. Brooklyn, Pa., April 14, 1850; m., October 9, 18H9, 
George W. Simrell (b. Scott, Pa., June 4, 1844; d. March 20, 1889). 
Children : 1561 Mattie E., b. Blakcsley, Pa., Septemlwr 16, 1871 ; d. Feb- 
ruary 13, 1871; 1502 Myrtic Adelaide, b. Brooklyn, Pa., August 20, 1871. 

1177. iv. Frank Ernest, b. Brooklyn, Pa., August 28, 1857; d. November 24, 1871. 

1474. JAMES ALFRED (1371 Charles Horace, 1343 Alfred, 
949 Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in Che- 
nango Forks, N. Y., December 21, 1870, Eliza A. Thompson (b. Che- 
nango Forks, N. Y., September 11, 1851 ; d. July 6, 1886) ; m., second, 
in Green, N. Y., July 20, 1887, Sarah L. Green (b. German, N. Y., Jan- 
uary 2, 1844). 

children bv first wife. 

(No issue by second marriage.) 

1553. L Frank Ernest, b. Chenango Forks, N. Y., November 28, 1871. 

1551. it Mary Frances, b. Brooklyn, Pa., March 1, 1874. 

1555. iii. Lloyd Anson, b. Hyde Park, Pa., March 30, 1877. 

1550. iv. Almira Emeline, b. Chenango Forks, N. Y., October 13, 1883. 

1475. STEPHEN E. (1371 Charles Horace, 1343 Alfred, 949 
Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphkey). Married, in Brooklyn, Pa., 
May 28, 1871, Jennie L. McMillan (b. December 1, 1847). 



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THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 105 

CHILDREN. 

Leon Ray, b. Harford, Pa., December 22, 1872. 

LUCY Emeline, b. Brooklyn, Pa., May 28, 1875. 

Alma, b. Brooklyn, Pa., June 14, 1878; d. October 29, 1879. 

Lewis Stephen, b. Brooklyn, Pa., June 16, 1881. 

1374. EDWIN MACK (1343 Alfred, 949 Thomas, 15 John, 
2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Bridgewater, Pa., March 4, 1853, 
Nancy M. Lindsey (b. Dimock, Pa., January 8, 1831 ; d. Sugar Notch, 
Pa., April 8, 1892). See Noah Tiffany branch. 

CHILDREN. 

1485. L Marvin Eugene, b. Harford, Pa., March 24, 1854; m., in Ashley, Pa., 

March 17, 1878, Fayette Transue ( b. White Haven, Pa., November 29, 
1859). Children (all born in Ashley, Pa.) : 1563 Earle Albert, b. August 
2, 1878 ; d. August 3, 1879 ; 15G4 Ernest Ashley, b. May 20, 1880 ; 1505 
Edith Irene, b. November 7, 1883. 

1486. it Adelbert Clinton, b. Harford, Pa., September 1, 1855; m., in Hop Bot- 

tom, Pa., August 23, 1880, Jennie A. Titus (b. Hop Bottom, Pa., No- 
vember 1, 1858). Children (all born in Sugar Notch, Pa.): 1560 Ger- 
trude, b. April 5, 1884 ; d. April 7, 1884 ; 1507 Ruth L,, b. April 30, 
1885 ; 1508 Bernice. 

1487. iii. Irvin LlNDSEY, b. Bridgewater, Pa., August 30, 1857; m., March 15,1881, 

Mary A. Tate ( b. January 19, 1857). Child : 1509 Jennie L, b. Ashley, 
Pa., July 27, 1882. 
148a iv. LETT IE Eveline, b. September 21, 18G2. 

1489. v. Alonzo Lee, b. December 1, 1804. 

1490. vi. Elmer Warren, b. August 8, 1809. 

1491. vii. Edwin R., b. February 20, 1870. 

1379. FRANKLIN ELLIOTT (1343 Alfred, 949 Thomas, 15 
John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Harford, Pa., December 27, 
1864, Emma I. Parrish (b. Piermont, N. Y., October 28, 1842). 

CHILDREN. 

1503. i. Elwood Frank, b. Scranton, Pa., May 22, 1800 ; d. October 10, 1871. 

1504. ii. Cora Bell, b. Wilkcsbarre, Pa., March 27, 1870. 

1505. iii. Clara Louise, b. Plymouth, Pa., September 17, 1879. 

1381. NEWELL WESLEY (1343 Alfred, 949 Thomas, 15 
John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Factoryville, Pa., January 
3, 1871, Lizzie Bedell (b. Factoryville, Pa., November 19, 1841). 

CHILDREN. 

1515. i. Ernest Winton, b. Binghamton, N. Y., September 4, 1874. 
1510. Ii. Frank Newell, b. Plymouth, Pa., December 18, 1878. 
1517. iii. Harry Ray, b. Binghamton, N. Y., May 11, 1882. 



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1386. 


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1387. 


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106 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

1344. THOMAS (949 Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Hum- 
phrey). Married, first, in Harford, Pa., Chloe Tingley (b. Harford, 
Pa., March 29, 1788; d. there May 7, 1810); m., second, in Harford, 
Pa., about 1811, Ruth Truesdell (d. October 7, 1819) ; m., third, 1819, 
Esther Williams (b. Connecticut, 1793; d. Harford, Pa., December 6, 
1865). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Harford, Pa.) 

1383. i. Alson, b. July 2, 1800 ; d. Lenox, Pa., August 5, 1884 

1384. ii. PRISCIU.A, b. June 20, 1808 ; d. Gibson, Pa., September 19, 1890 ; m., in 

Harford, Pa., September 30, 1820, Roswell Barnes (d. March 20, 1805). 
Children : 1008 Urban, b. November 2, 1827 ; 1009 Horace, b. August 
20, 1832; in., 1855, Sarah Hamilton Gibson; 1010 Calvin, b. December 
27, 1834 ; d. October 24, 1874 ; 1011 Louisa, b. March 4, 1843 ; m. April 
20, 1805, II. A. Slocum, Jackson, Pa. 

Milton, b. October 2, 1810 ; d. Eaton, Pa., June 8, 1881. 

Chloe M., b. 1812 ; d. October 20, 1842 ; in. William Tripp (b. 1811 ; d. 
August 25, 1842 ). 

Thomas WILLIAMS, b. Harford, Pa., Februarys, 1820; d. Harford, Pa., 
November 15, 1884. 

Esther, d. March 25, 1885 ; m. Alfred G. Barnard ( d. January 8, 1880 \ Chil- 
dren : 1220 Adelia K., b. July 29, 1845; in.. September 15, 1802, Sumner 
J. Adams ( b. June 29, 1839); had (a ) Winsor Wri-lit, b. Septenilwr 10, 
1870; d. April 10, 1871; (b) William W., b. September 13, 1872; (c) 
Anna C, b. January 9, 1870; 1227 Eflic, b. January 10, 1851 ; d. Septem- 
ber 12, 1872 ; m. George H. Allen (d. December 5, 1872 ) ; had Erne A., 
b. September 10, 1872 ; d. September 20, 1872 ; 1228 Henry A., m. Ger- 
tie Barnard ; had Ruth and Kay, b. August, 1891. 

1383. ALSON (1344 Thomas, 949 Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 
1 Humphrey). Married, in Harford, Pa., September 9, 1830, Fanny- 
Mary Ely (b. Brooklyn, Pa., August 8, 1811; d. Carbondale, Pa., Sep- 
tember 12, 1900). 

Although fifty-six years of age when the Civil War broke out, he en- 
listed, February 1, 1862, in Company A, 107ih Pennsylvania Infantry, and 
was honorably discharged in April, 1863. 

children. 

(All born in Lenox, Pa.) 

1570. i. Terressa, b. April 10, 1832 ; m., first, April 24, 1852, Warner Carr Tower 
(b. September 17, 1830 ; d. Lenox, Pa., September 11, 1807) ; m., second, 
October 1, 1808, Hubbard N. Smith (b. Brooklyn, Pa., October 0, 1821 ; 
d. Lenox, Pa., October 0, 1892). Children (by first marriage) : 1580 Willis 
Rial, b. March 7, 1855; m., March 2, 1880, Inez E. Smith (b. Brooklyn, 
Pa., August 0, 1853); had (all born in Lenox, Pa.) (a) Warner Care, b. 
December 25, 1880; (b) Pearl E., b. September 30, 1882; d. April 10, 



THE TJFFANYS OF AMERICA. 107 

1883 ; (c) Grace Ella, b. November 23, 1884 ; (d) Fred Jamea, b. April 5, 
1886 ; (e) Anna Laura, b. February 3, 1888 ; d. December 31, 1888 ; 1581 
Herbert L., b. April 17, 1859 ; m., June 24, 1885, Emily Bcecher (b. Cov- 
entry, N. Y., April 15, 1861) ; had (a) Harry Beecher, b. Coventry, N. V., 
December 12, 1889 ; d. there, June 7, 1893 ; (b) Robert Beecher Tower, 
b. Coventry, N.Y., November 3, 1894 ; 1582 Jeanette, b. December 24, 1862 ; 
d. October 6, 1865 ; 1583 Elmer E., b. February 22, 1861 ; m., November 
22, 1882, Laura E. Loomis (b. Lenox, Pa., February 3, 1866 ; had (all born in 
Lenox, Pa.) (a) Jean Loomis, b. August 31, 1884; (b) Clara Belle, b. 
October 10, 1889 ; (c) Ella Malvina, b. October 31, 1891 ; (d) Ray Edson, 
b. September 18, 1893 ; (e) Terressa Mary, b. September 21, 1895. Child 
(by second marriage) : 1584 Frank Hubbard, b. July 8, 1874 ; m., Septem- 
ber 20, 1899, Bessie May Hardy (b. Lenox, Pa., June 28, 1876). 
157L it ClII-OE M., b. January 23, 1834 ; m., July 22, 1858, John M. Hobb*. Chil- 
dren : 1585 Fanny C, b. Oakley, Pa., June 30, 1859; m., October 30, 
1884, John Preston Ayers (b. Newark, N. J., August 1, 1858); had (a) 
.Alverna Dell, b. Clifford, Pa., January 30, 1886; d. Forest City, Pa., May 
7, 1887; (b) Lloyd Preston, b. Forest City, Pa., October 18, 1887; 1586 
J. C. Fremont, b. Oakley, Pa., June 25, 1861 ; d. Notaway County, Va., 
November 18, 1878; 1587 Nelson J., b. Oakley, Pa., April 8, 1863 ; d. 
Sherman, Pa., May 28, 1887; m., August 7, 1886, Emily Grace Sampson 
(b. Starucca, Pa., March 15, 1864); had Nellie Faith J. Hobbs, b. Sher- 
man, Pa., June 23, 1887; 1588 Hattie M., b. Oakley, Pa., July 8, 1865 ; 
m., December 9, 1882, Charles L. Knapp ; 1589 Arlington L, b. Oakley, Pa., 
October 1, 18G7 ; d. Lenox, Pa., August 20, 1870 ; 1590 Wellington, b. 
Oakley, Pa., November 25, 1871 ; m. t March 31, 1896, Lydia Belle Wood 
(b. Factoryville, Pa., December 19, 1873); 1591 Joseph M., b. Lenox, 
Pa., July 23, 1873; d. Gibson, Pa., March 21, 1876; 1592 Martha E., b. 
Gibson, Pa., September 13, 1876; d. Unionclale, Pa., March 20, 1877; 
1593 Willie, b. Uniondale, Pa., March 9, 1878 ; d. Notaway County, Va., 
January 5, 1879. 

1572. iii. Orrin C, b. January 4, 1837 ; d. June 18, 1864; unmarried. He enlisted 

at Scranton, Pa., March 30, 1864, as a private in Company G, 187th Regi- 
ment, Pennsylvania Provost Guards, and was killed by the explosion of a 
shell near Petersburg, Va. 

1573. iv. Jane J., b. March 7, 1840 ; d. Lenox, Pa., December 14, 1863. Unmarried. 

1574. v. Harriet M., b. June 6, 1842 ; m., August 28, 1865, Rev. Nelson J. Hawley 

(b. Brooklyn, Pa., September 14, 1841). Children : 1594 Jennie M., b. 
September 27, 1866; m., January 1, 1889, John Henry Blake (b. Gaines- 
ville, Fla., April 28, 1864); had (all born in Grove Park, Florida) (a) Anna 
May, b. October 15, 1889 ; (b) Ethel Hawley, b. August 30, 1891 ; (c) 
Isla, b. August 28, 1893 ; (d) Merle, b. May 13, 1896 ; 1595 Nellie J., b. 
Plains, Pa., May 11, 1870 ; m., January 1, 1889, George Iron Doig (b, 
Gainesville, Fla, January 1, 1869) ; had Ruth Ellen, b. Grove Park, Fla. 
March 13, 1891 ; 1596 Mary E., b. Plains, Pa., April 1, 1872 ; m., De 
cember 25, 1900, Calvin Alonzo Spencer (b. Dunmore, Pa., April 13, 1846) 
1597 J. Willis, b. Abington, Pa., May 31, 1875; 1698 Anna M., b. New 
Berlin, N. Y., September 24, 1877; d. Afton, N. Y, January 14, 1880 
1599 Grace E., b. Afton, N. Y, December 31, 1879 ; 1600 Alice E., b. 
Hop Bottom, Pa., February 4, 1882. 



108 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

1575. vi. Jarid M„ b. September 12, 1845. 

1578. vii. Cynthia C, b. December 8, 1848 ; d. Lenox, Pa., April 8, 1853. 

1577. vitl Ella A., b. June 21, 1851 ; d. Lenox, Pa., April 1, 1862. 

1578. ix. Franklin M., b. January 24, 1853. 

1579. x. Ambrose E., b. June 1, 1855. 

1575. JARED M. (1383 Alson, 1334 Thomas, 949 Thomas, 
15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, December 31, 1866, 
Emily J. Coon (b. Gibson, Pa., February 7, 1842; d. Lenox, Pa., April 
28, 1877) ; m., second, March 20, 1879, Sarah A. Case (b. Hop Bottom, 
Pa., April 3, 18C2). 

CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 

1C01. i. Ernest, b. Harford, Pa., February 3, 1868 ; m., in Scranton, Pa., April 23, 

1890, Celia E. Wells (b. Clifford, Pa., January 20, 1864 ). 
1002. ii. Frederick E., b. Lenox, Pa., March 10, 1872 ; d. June 8, 1873. 

CHILDREN HY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

1603. iii. Clarence Clarke., b. Lenox. Pa., March 20, 1880. 

1604. iv. Bessie Beryl, b. Hop Bottom, Pa., July 21, 1884. 

1578. FRANKLIN M. (1383 Alson, 1334 Thomas, 949 
Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married in Abington, Pa., 
September 22, 1874, Elva A. Gerauld (b. Abington, Pa., February 26, 

1852). 

children. 

1601a. 1. Harry B., b. Lenox, Pa., April 24, 1880. 

1602a. ii. Lenna G., b. Lenox, Pa., June 30, 1883. 

1603a. iii. Vanna B., b. Lenox, Pa., June 8, 1886. 

1604a. iv. Iva May, b. Hop Bottom, Pa., October 30, 1892. 

1579. AMBROSE E. (1383 Alson, 1334 Thomas, 949 
Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, February 
1, 1880, Hattie L. Miller (b. Clifford, Pa., February 24, 1857 ; d. there 
November 8, 1880) ; m., second, January 25, 1882, Emma S. Rounds (b. 
Uniondale, Pa., January 15, 1855; d. Clifford, Pa., July 15, 1884) ; m., 
third, in Orwell, Pa., August 4, 1885, Nettie Dimmick (b. Orwell, Pa., 
August 29, 1861). 

children by third wife. 

(No issue by first or second marriages.) 

1605. i. Arthur Ambrose, b. Clifford, Pa., February 26, 1887. 

1606. ii. Raymond Everett, b. Clifford, Pa., December 1, 1890. 

1607. iii. Harold Dimmick, b. Carbondale, Pa., June 20, 1894. 



THR TIFFANYS OF AMERICA, 109 

1385. MILTON (1334 Thomas, 949 Thomas, 15 John, 2 
James, 1 Humphrey). Married, December 29, 1830, Anna Rhynearson 
(b. West Lenox, Pa., January 2, 1812; d. Lathrop, Pa., December 27, 
1891). 

CHILDREN. 

1612. i. Thomas W., b. December 2, 1831. 

1013. H. Isaac R., b. November 15, 1833 ; d. January 23, 1890. 

1014. iii. Esther Amanda, b. October 30, 1835 ; m., in Lenox, Pa., July 2, 1854, 

Harlow S. Quick (b. March 11, 1825). Children : 1637 Devillo S., b. 

November 4, 1855 ; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., July 2, 1883, Lucy L. Penny; 

had (a) Floyd A., b. November 18, 1886 ; (b ) Clara M., b. Scpteml>er 9, i_ 

1899; 1638 Harletta, b. December 15, 1857; m. t April 12, 1882, A. UyO^^ 

Van Gorder ; had (a) Grace, b. January, 1884 ; (b) Claude, b. August, 

1886; 1639 Josephine, b. January 31, 1859; m., in Hop Bottom, Pa., May 

15, 1881, J. S. Hcttes; 1640 Arthur, b. May 16, 1861 ; d. March 2, 1888; 

m., in Moberly, Mo., December 10, 1866, Frankie Henry ; had Ira Arthur, 

b. February 20, 1888 ; 1641 Sarah, b. March 10, 1863 ; m., in Wilkesbarre, 

Pa., December 8, 1891, W. L. Betts. 

1615. iv. Adelbert M., b. July 26, 1837. 

1616. v. Mary PRtsciLLA, b. June 17, 1839; m., first, Jackson, Pa., March 3, 1859, 

Daniel L. Tingley ( b. August 4, 1835 ; d. May 9, 1867) ; m., second, Oc- 
tober 22, 1871, C. W. Conrad ( b. Harford, Pa., July 3, 1821). Chil- 
dren by first marriage : 1645 Emery I., b. July 23, 1861 ; m., in Jackson, 
Pa., February 16, 1882, Carrie Benny ; had (a) Lcath M., b. New Milford, 
Pa., September 12, 1884; (b) Fcrnie M., b. New Milford, Pa., August 
30, 1886; (c)Lelan.l B., b. Jackson, Pa., February 19, 1890; 1646 Lelia 
May, b. August 29, 18G6 ; m., in Lenox, Pa., September 1, 1884, Andrew 
W. Conrad ; had (all born in Gibson, Pa.) (a) Ethel May, b. May 18, 1888; 
( b) Nettie P., b. August 27, 1890 ; (c) Walter T., b. May 2, 1893. Chil- 
dren by second marriage : 1048 Charles II., b. Sjptembcr 17, 1872 ; 1649 
I*on DeForest, b. March 22, 1874 ; d. February 7, 1880. 

1617. ?L Abram Lorenzo, b. February 11, 1841 ; m., April 26, 1866, Frances 

Sweatland. During the Civil War Mr. Tiffany served with Company B, 52d 
Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. Children : 1650 Robert H., b. February, 
1807 ; 1051 Matilda, b. June, 1809; m., July 1, 1891, L. W. Ross. 

1618. vii. George Preston, b. February 12, 1843. 

1619. viii. Legkange, b. June, 28, 1845; m., May 7, 1881, Mathilde Morris. Chil- 

dren : 1655 Stella, 1056 Ixma. 

1620. ix. Sarah A., b. July 22, 1847 ; m., March 7, 1867, Gilford E. Tingley (b. Au- 

gust 23, 1845 ; d. May 12, 1893). Children : 1057 Addic M., b. January 
7, 1868 ; 1658 Lizzie M., b. February 2, 1870; m., Octol*r 17, 1889, E. L. 
Hill ; had Hazel G., b. March 3, 1891 ; 1059 Gaylord M„ b. November 
14, 1878; 1000 Harley, b. July 20, 1880. 

1621. x. Nancy, b. March 29, 1849 ; d. November 13, 1850. 

1622. xu Ella T., b. April 26, 1852 ; d. December 6, 1863. 

1623. xii. Erwin Dewain, b. October 28, 1854; m., in Lyndon, Kan, July 27, 

1880, Martha Ann Pryor (b. Kansas, March 7, 1853). Children: 1661 
Mabel Blanche, b. September 9, 1881 ; 1662 Erwin Milton, b. August 26, 
1883 ; 1663 Truman L., b. April 27, 1886. 



HO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

1612. THOMAS W. (1385 Milton, 1334 Thomas, 949 
Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in Green- 
field, Pa., November 13, 1853, Elizabeth Carey (b. Greenfield, Pa.; d. 
March 5, 1854) ; m., second, in Springville, Pa., September 25, 1859, 
Eliza Sutton. 

Mr. Tiffany served in the Civil War, in Company H, 1st Pennsylvania 

Light Artillery. 

children. 

1029. L Viola Ada, b. March 29, 1860; d. January 15, 1886; m., in Lenox, Pa., 

October 5, 1879, Edward E. Harding. 
1630. ii. Sabrina, b. February 17, 1803; m., in Lenox, Pa,, February 17, 1885, 

Clarence O. Jennings. 

1031. iii. Samuel E., b. August 8, 1807; m„ August 8, 1889, Belle Newbury. 

1613. ISAAC R. (1385 Milton, 13.34 Thomas, 949 Thomas, 
16 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, May 3, 1860, Amanda 
Strickland (b. April 16, 1838). 

CHILDREN. 

1032. i. Ki.mkk, b. January 20, 1861 ; m., July 1, 1889, Lydia Meyers. Child : 1004 

Jennie, b. August 21, 1890. 

1033. ii. Geokge M., b. May 8, 1863 ; m., February 21, 1882, Mollie Harding. 

1634. iii. Anna A., or Aciikaii, b. March, 1868. 

1635. iv. Mason, b. June 1, 1873. 
1630. v. Judson, b. August 22, 1877. 

1615. ADELBERT M. (1385 Milton, 1334 Thomas, 949 Thomas, 
15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married October 16, 1861, Louisa 
Follett. 

CHILDREN. 

1042. i. Carrie, b. June 28, 1802 ; m. — Hill (Christian name not known). 
1643. ii. Bertie, b. August 1, 1864. 
1044. iii. Fred, b. December 12, 1870. 

1618. GEORGE PRESTON (1385 Milton, 1334 Thomas, 
949 Thomas, 16 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married in Factoryville, 
Pa., August 28, 1873, Anna Ace (b. November 29, 1843). 

Mr. Tiffany moved with his family to Kansas, Mo., some years ago, 
where he now resides. During the Civil War he served in Company B, 
52d Pennsylvania Infantry. 

children. 

1652. i. Arthur Ray, b. March 9, 1874. 

1653. ii. Ralph Ace, b. April 4, 1875. 

1654. iii. Flora Lena, b. August 1, 1876. 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. \\\ 

1387. THOMAS WILLIAMS (1344 Thomas, 940 Thomas, 15 
John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, May 25, 1856, Laura Tyler (b. 
Jackson, Pa., February 24, 1838). 

CHILDREN. 

1624. L George W., b. Harford, Pa., June 8, 1860 ; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., May 26, 

1886, Ida Martha Tiffany (b. Dimock, Pa., September 17, 1863), daughter 
of Joseph Warren Tiffany. 

1625. ii. Clarke Lawrence, b. Harford, Pa., February 7, 1864 ; m., in Harford, 

Pa., September 2, 1885, Margaret I. Gillespie (b. Harford, Pa., October 
17, 1864V Children: 1665 Ross Williams b. Gibson, Pa., August 31, 
1886 ; 16G6 Mal>el Frances, b. October 1, 1889. 

1345. PELETIAH (949 Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, January 2G, 1812, Hannah Miller (b. February 6, 1793 ; d. Brook- 
lyn, Pa., October 31, 1839). 

Mr. Tiffany spent most of his life on his farm in Pennsylvania. 

CHILDREN. 
( All born in Brooklyn, Pa.). 

Euzur, b. June 6, 1812 ; d. Brooklyn, Pa., July 20, 1883. 

Amki.ia Tinglky, b. February 25, 1814 ; m., January, 1840, John Hudson. 

Thomas Jkfferson, b. January 2, 1810; d. March 15, 1896. 

Lucy GOODRICH, b. September 3, 1818; d. Dcs Moines August 31, .1844*; 
m., in Brooklyn, Pa., January 1, 1839, Benjamin N. Spencer. Children j 
1678 Hannah N., b. Lynn, Pa., January 23, 1840 ; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., 
1858, Albert Chase ; had Mary E., b. 1859 ; 1679 Orville Tiffany, b. May 
10, 1843 ; m., in Springvillc, Pa., January 1, 1870, Jennie Ken ion. 

1393. ▼. Orville, b. January 16, 1821 ; d. Brooklyn, Pa., 1842. 

1394. vi. Polly, b. June 25, 1S24 ; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., July 4, 1843, William Bloom- 

field. Children: 1680 Emeline A., b. Brooklyn, Pa., May 17, 1844; d. 
New York City, June 1, 1893 ; m., in Springvillc, Pa., John \V. Kymond ; 
1681 Elias E., b. Brooklyn, Pa., August 19, 1846; d. — ; m. Almira 
Hull ; 1682 Herbert E. ; b. Brooklyn, Pa., October 13, 1849 ; m., in Pat- 
erson, N. J. ; 1683 Louisa, deceased. 

1389. ELIZUR. (1345 Peletiah, 949 Thomas, 16 John, 2 
James, 1 Humphrey). Married, March, 184^0, Hannah Raught (b. May 
1, 1810; d. January 25, 1890). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Brooklyn, Pa.) 

1667. L John Hudson, m., 1871, Isa Blakeslee. Children : 1684 J. B., b. August 

21, 1875 ; 1685 Bessie L., b. June 6, 1883 ; 1686 Dean Stanley, b. Septem- 
ber 1, 1884. 

1668. ii. George Peletiah, b. May 31, 1846; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., September 17, 



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H2 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

1886, Hattie E. Tewksbury. Children t 1687 Georgian*, b. March 11, 
1887 1 1688 Alice H., b. July 23, 1888. 

1669. ill Mary II., b. March 18, 1843 ; d. Brooklyn, Pa., August 12, 1884. Un- 

married. • 

1670. iv. LUCY E., b. August 2, 1849 ; d. Brooklyn, Pa., August 26, 1884. Unmar- 

ried. 

1671. v. J upson E., b. November 22, 1852. Unmarried. 

1391. THOMAS JEFFERSON (1345 Peletiah, 949 Thomas, 
15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Nicholson, Pa., January 
1, 1840, Matilda Raught (b. Nicholson, Pa., February 4, 1818; d. Brook- 
lyn, Pa., December, 1888), sister of Hannah Raught, who married Elizur 
Tiffany. 

children. 

(All born in Brooklyn, Pa.) 

1672. 1. LAURA ANN, b. June 2, 1842 ; d. March 15, 1892 ; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., 

December 31, 18C8, Emery T. Oakley. Children : 1689 Allie Rosetta, b. 
Brooklyn, Pa., November 4, 1871 ; d. April 11, 1875; 1690 Stella M., b. 
March 28, 1877. 

1673. il. Fernando Amkricus, b. February 4, 1845 ; m., in Scranton, Pa., February 

20, 1867, Mary Helen Oakley (b. September 28, 1844). Children: 1691 
Ida L., b. New Mil ford, Pa., May 8, 1870 ; d. Paterson, N. J., September 
23, 1870; 1692 Nellie Louisa, b. New Milford, Pa., September 22, 1872. 

1674. iii. Mather CleMons, b. October 8, 1847; m., in Harford, Pa., July 15, 1873, 

Polly C. Perrigo (b. June 19, 1840), great granddaughter of Noah Tiffany. 
Children: 1C93 Earl Perrigo, b. January 28, 1880; 1G94 Ralph R., b. 
March 28, 1881 ; 1095 Arta L., b. August 2, 1883. 

1675. iv. RoSETTA Amelia, b, March 30, 1850 ; m., July 3, 1876, Henry T. Seamans. 

Children : 1090 Homer T., b. August 25, 1877; 1097 Elbert C, b. April 
4, 1881. 

1676. v. MATILDA Lorf.tta, b. November 1 ; d. December 12, 1852. 

1677. vi. Thomas Jerome, b. December 23, 1854; m., first, in Brooklyn, Pa., Feb- 

ruary 1, 1877, Eva L. Bennett (b. New Milford, Pa., August 14, 1855 ; d. 
there June 21, 1892) ; m., second, in Afton, N. Y., October 12, 1892, 
Susie A. Carpenter (b. Afton, N. Y., November 11, 1862). Dr. Tiffany 
is a practicing physician at Port Crane, N. Y. Child (by first marriage): 
1098 Emma I.cla, b. New Milford, Pa., July 5, 1877 ; d. February 11, 1897. 

1346. TINGLEY (949 Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married January 1, 1818, Achsah T. Carpenter (b. Harford, Pa., March 
9, 1798 ; d. there July 9, 1868). 

Mr. Tiffany settled on a woodland tract of 100 acres, about a mile north 
of the old Nine Partners settlement, cleared most of the land and made 
it his homestead. In the War of 1812 he belonged to Colonel Fred Bailey's 
regiment, going as a substitute for another man. He was a public-spirited 
man and much interested in education. 



THE T/FFANYS OF AMERICA. 113 

CHILDREN. 
( Born in Harford, Pa.) 

1996. i. Edwin Tinglsy, b. June 17, 1821. 

1396. ii. Cynthia Adeline, b. October 17, 1826 ; m., in Harford, Pa., August 12, 
1858, Ebcnezer Wells Butler (b. Canaan, Conn., February 16, 1804; d. 
Griggsville, 111., March 27, 1889). Children (all born in Payson, III.): 
1702 Elmer Wells, b. June 27, 1859 ; m., in Concord, 111., September 30, 
1884, Carrie A. Tupper ; 1703 Ada Julia, b. September 18, I860 ; m., in 
Griggsville, 111., August 30, 1882, Ernest C. Jones ; 1704 Clara Louise, b. 
September 10, 18G2 ; m., in Griggsville, III., December 28, 1886, Judge 
Edward Doucy ; 1705 Lee Caufield, b. September 18, 18C8 ; m., in Griggs- 
ville, 111., September 30, 1889, Evelyn M. Williams. 

1395. EDWIN TINGLEY (1346 Tincley, 949 Thomas, 15 John, 
2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Harford, Pa., March 19, 1845, 
Margaret Hardenbrook (b. Montgomery, N. Y., March 11, 1822). 

Mr. Tiffany taught school in Harford for a number of years, did con- 
siderable land surveying in that vicinity, and was a farmer at the Tiffany 
homestead. For a number of years he was engaged in general merchandise 
business. For twenty-one years he was postmaster of Harford, receiving his 
first commission from President Lincoln. He was displaced by President 
Johnson, reinstated by President Grant, serving until he was displaced by 
President Cleveland during his first term. He was one of the organizers 
of the Republican j>arty and has served his township as town clerk, treasurer, 
and school director. He was one of the early members of the Harford Agri- 
cultural Society, of which he has been secretary, treasurer, and president. 

CHILDREN. 

(All born in Harford, Pa.) 

1099. i. Hknky Juno, b. June 15, 1847; m., January 19, 1887, Margaret A. Gilles- 
pie (b. Ulster County, N. Y., May 11, 1858). 

1700. ii. Clara Melissa, b. June 27, 1849. 

1701. iii. Amherst Lee, b. May 7, 1851 ; m., June 4, 1874, Ida M. Crandall (b. 

Liberty, Pa., April 11, 1853). Children: 1706 Lee, 1707 Ida M.; 1708 
Ralph Douglass, b. April 20, 1881. 

1347. DALTON (949 Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, September 28, 1815, Lucretia Potter (b. November 14, 1790; d. 
Harford, Pa., June 9, 18GG). 

Mr. Tiffany was a farmer and a soldier. He spent the greater part of 
his life on the old Tiffany homestead at Harford. 

children. 

(All born in Harford, Pa.) 
1397. .1 Amanda, b. June 14, 1816 ; d. November 15, 1816. 



114 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

1398. II Lucrktia Permeua, b. August 0, 1817. Unmarried. 

1399. iii, Dalton Potter, b. August 7, 1820 ; m., June 19, 1865, Emily W. Jeflers 

Carpenter (b. Harford, Pa., September 25, 1829, widow of Alonzo L. Car* 
penter). Mr. Tiffany had no children, but he adopted Alonzo E. Titus, a 
nephew of his wife. 

1400. lv. Lois Guernsey, b. January 30, 1823 ; d. March 20, 1890 ; m., June 10, 

1857, Lewis D. Wilmarth. Children (born in Harford, Pa.): 1709 Lewis 
Minor, b. August 31, 1859 ; 1710 John G.; m. Clara Bailey. 
140L v. Joseph Thomas, b. March 2, 1826; m., in Glenwood, Pa., April 12, 1857, 
Orpha A. Kennedy. S. P. 

1402. vi. Orlando C, b. July 26, 1829; d. March 1, 1878; m., first, May 9, 1867, 

Betty Perry (d. July 12, 1872) ; m., second, March 29, 1877, Mrs. Elvira 
Hooper. Children : 1711 I^ura L., b. March 14, 1868 ; m. Riley West- 
cott ; 1712 George W., b. March 6, 1870. 

1403. vii. Clarinda, b. November 23, 1832 ; d. February 17, 1840. 

1348. LEWIS (949 Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, April 9, 1816, Elizabeth McMillan (b. October 17, 1794 ; d. May 
28, 1871). 

CHILDREN. 

1404. i. Daniel, M., b., March, 1817; d. June 16, 1872. 

1405. ii. Nancy L., b. March 7, 1820; m. f March 24, 1841, E. Bailey Thatcher (l>. 

February 23, 1819). Children: 1713 Edward C, b. June 28, 1843; 
m, Mary Moore ; 1714 Abby, b. January 19, 1855 ; in., June 1, 1872, 
Marvin T. Perrigo ; had (a) Ida, b. November 28, 1874 ; (b) Kuby May, b. 
May 12, 1879 ; (c) Sadie, b. November 25, 1884 ; (d) Florence, b. October 
25, 1886. 

1406. iii. John L., b. January 26, 1822; d. March 3, 1880; m., March 20, 1853, Polly E. 

Carpenter (b. December 24, 1827). Child : 1715 Eva, b. September 13, 
1858; m., September 15, 1880, Franklin Pierce Tingley (b. April 21, 
1852) ; had (a) Ray, b. October 8, 1887 ; (b) Jessie Eunice, b. May 21, 
1892. 

1407. iv. Lucy E., b. June 11, 1824 ; d. August 15, 1862 ; m., July 4,' 1848, Joseph 

D. Richardson. Child: 1716 Elizabeth F., b. March, 1849; d. May 30, 
1871. 

1408. v. Ella C, b. September 29, 1832 ; m., April 31, 1878, Nelson Carpenter. 

1409. vi. Sally M., b. May, 1827; d. October 23, 1830. 

1404. DANIEL M. (1348 Lewis, 949 Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 

1 Humphrey). Married, October 7, 1841, Julia M. Hunter. 

i 

children. 

1717. i. Paulina D., b. December 30, 1842 ; m., October 19, 1864, George H. 

Baldwin (deceased ). Child : 1723 Fred, b. June 28, 1865. 

1718. ii. Francis G, b. March 5, 1845. 

1719. iii. Sally Martha, b. February 5, 1847 ; m., January 1, 1870, Almon Mont- 

gomery Tingley (b. June 1, 1846). Children: 1727 Winnie, b., January 
6, 1874 ; 1728 Lillie, b. December 24, 1875 ; 1729 Elmer, b. November, 1876. 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 115 

1730. ir. Lillie, b. May 30, 1851 ; m., October 1, 1879, William E. Jonea, Child t 

1730 Harry Lee, b. February 15, 1883. 
172L v. Hattie E., b. May 14, 1862 ; m., October 10, 1883, Rev. Sidney Riven- 

burgh ( b, Clifford, Fa.). Child : 1731 Viola, b. Hindoostan, November 17, 

1887. 
1722. vi Ella May, b. October 7 ; d. October 21, 1868. 

1718. FRANCIS G. (1404 Daniel M., 1348 Lewis, 949 Thomas, 
15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, July 4, 1869, Josephine 
Jenner. 

CHILDREN. 

1724. L Louisa, b. March 27, 1875. 

1725. iu Velma, b. February 7, 1885. 

1726. iii. Florence, b. June 14, 1889. 

1349. PRESTON (949 Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, first, in Brooklyn, Pa., February 18, 1818, Eliza Mack (b. May 
6, 1796; d. Dimock, Pa., September 30, 1829); m., second, in Vestal, 
N. Y., March 23, 1830, Abiel Truesdale (d. July 23, 1876). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Dimock, Pa.). 

1410. i. Lydia Emeline, b. May 1, 1820 ; d. Brooklyn, Pa., December 3, 1887 ; m., 

February 20, 1840, Amos Goodrich Hoi lister (b. Delhi, N. Y., September 
27, 1815; d. Hop Bottom, Pa., September 1, 1885). Children: 1732 
Eliza Amelia, b. February 18, 1843 ; d. Painted Post, N. Y., February 12, 
1893; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., February 24, 1868, Dr. E. A. Kent; had 
Sarela L., b. Harford, Pa., April 27, 1871 ; 1733 Amos Preston, b. 
Dimock, Pa., July 10, 1844 ; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., September 9, 1872, 
Hattie E. Kent (b. April 6, 1848); had (a) Herbert Lee, b June 21, 1873 ; 
(b) Stuart Lisle, b. January 26, 1881 ; (c) Alta May, b. June 27, 1890 ; d. 
Painted Post, N. Y., August 7, 1891 ; (d) Frank Harold, b. April 30, 
1892 ; 1734 Cora S., b. September 13, 1845 ; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., Novem- 
ber 11, 1866, Robert K. Bailey (b. Brooklyn, Pa., January 21, 1833); had 
(a) Harry Hollister, b. Brooklyn, Pa., February 9, 1868 ; (b) Edwin C, b. 
Franklin, Pa., August 26, 1876 ; 1735 Sarah A., b. Dimock, Pa., August 
27, 1847 ; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., June 12, 1871, Albert Woodworth ; had 
(a) Fred Hollister, b. January 29, 1876; (b) Gertie, d.,— ; (c) Nell, b. 
January 27, 1888; (d) Almon, b. 1889 ; d.— ; (e) Lillian, b. 1891 ; d.— ; 
1736 William, b. September 29, 1850; m., September 14, 1875, Ella Bea- 
mer ; had (a) Clair, b. July 16, 1877; (b) Glen, b. 1880 ; 1737 Orville 
Duanc, b. January 5, 1852 ; m., in Montrose, Pa., March 25, 1872, Ida A. 
Smith (b. December 26, 1853; d. January 28, 1890); had(a)Berton S., 
b. August 1, 1873; (b) Blanche, b. April 29, 1875; d. September 25, 
1875; (c) Cora, b. May 1, 1877 ; d. August 16, 1879 ; (d) Amos G., b. 
September 9, 1878. 

1411. U. Elisha Thomas, b. September 25, 1821. 



116 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

1412. iii. Thomas, b. 1822 ; <L — . Unmarried 

1413. iv. Amelia, b. May 16, 1823 ; m., in Dimock, Pa., October 3, 1844, William T. 

AuHtin (b. Dimock, Pa., March 26, 1822 ; d. October 14, 1881). Chil- 
dren (all born in Bridgewater, Pa.): 1746 Nancy Eliza, b. August 7, 1845 ; 
d. October 3, 1880; m., in Bridgcwater, Pa., April 7, 1876, Amos L. 
Clark; had (a) Jerome Austin, b. Plainfickl, N. Y., March 3, 1877; d. 
October 16, 1890; (b) Homer J., b. Plainfield, N. V., October 3, 1878; 
1746 Joseph Norris, b. June 12, 1847 ; m., in Benton, Pa., January 6, 1871, 
Sarah Celinda Finch ; had (a) Maggie Louise, b. Bridgewater, Pa., March 
12, 1872; (b) William Snow Smith, b. Bridgewater, Pa., June 28, 1874; 
(c) Mary A., b. Bridgewater, Pa., November 21, 1877; (d) Lovina Jose- 
phine, b. Franklin, Pa., December 28, 1885 ; (e) Clara Eliza, b. Benton, 
Pa., March 12, 1888; 1747 Mary Emeline, b. January 22, 1850; unmar- 
ried ; 1748 Charles Read, b. July 3, 1852 ; unmarried ; 1749 William Pres- 
ton, b. May 26, 1858; m., first, in Philadelphia, Pa., June 28, 1882, Lizzie 
L. Hoese (d. November 6, 1888); m., second, in Allen town, Pa., Decem- 
ber 10, 1890, Kate Arnold ; 1719a Frank Thurston, b. February 26, 1860 ; 
m., in Jacksonburg, N. J., June 12, 1889, Susan T. Read (b. Jacksonburg, 
N. J., March 20, 1865); 1750 Judd Jesse, b. August 16, 1864; m., in 
Brooklyn, Pa., November 12, 1885, Lydia Alma Stephens; had (a) Lillian 
Grace, b. Brooklyn, Pa., November 5, 1887 ; (b) Boyd Stephens, b. Brook- 
lyn, Pa., January 4, 1891. 

1414. v. Preston Horace, b. July 9, 1825. 

1416. vi. Joseph W., m., February 2, 1849, Esther M. Saffbrd. Children : 1756 
Owen L. ; m. Jennie Gooden ; had (a) Earl, (b) Carol R., (c) Elbert E. ; 
1757 Warren, b. 1852; d. April 2, 1880; 1758 Eva A.; 1759 Isa Maria; 
m. George Tiffany ; 1760 Ollie M. 

1416. vii. Orville Norris, b. August 31, 1828; d. Dimock, Pa., June 16, 1887. 

1411. ELISHA THOMAS (1349 Preston, 949 Thomas, 15 John, 
2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Dimock, Pa., October 4, 1843, 
Julia Anna Hempstead (b. Groton, Conn., December 25, 1823). 

CHILDREN. 

(All born in Brooklyn, Pa.) 

173a i. Horace Elijah, b. October 26, 1844; d. Brooklyn, Pa., March 19, 1886; 
m., in Bridgewater, Pa., January 8, 1867, Sarah Ann Watrous. Children : 
1761 Julia Louise, b. Dimock, Pa., October 22, 1867; 1762 Lester Elbert, 
b. Franklin, Pa., April 13, 1869 ; m., in Halstead, Pa., May 26, 1892, 
Nellie L. Barnes (b. Halstead, Pa., May 5, 1870); 1763 Celia Edith, b. 
December 11, 1871 ; 1764 Florence Agnes, b. January 19, 1880 ; 1765 
Spencer Watrous, b. October 11, 1885. 

1739. II. Nelson Leroy, b. July 26, 1846 ; m., April 2, 1872, Evalinc H. Williams. 

Children (all born in Brooklyn, Pa.) : 1766 Gertie Blanche, b. December 
12, 1876 ; 1767 Glen Bruce, b. February 18, 1882 ; 1768 Ernest Williams, 
b. October 3, 1884 ; 1769 Louise, b. August 13, 1890 ; 1770 William Stan- 
ton, b. January 13, 1892. 

1740. HI Mary Eliza, b. February 23, 1848; m., May 9, 1873, Charles E. Watrous. 

Children (all born in Dimock, Pa.) : 1771 Harry Austin, b. July 30, 1875, 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 117 

d. February 11, 1876 ; 1773 Ljrnn Tiffany, b. December 21, 1876 ; 1778 
Florence Julia, b. February 3, 1880. 

1741. I*. Orville Adelbert, b. April 16, 1860 ; in., February 8, 1871, Mary L. 

Baxter. Children : 1774 Arthur L., born Hyde Park, Pa., November 28, 
1874 ; 1776 Lena Louise, b. Franklin, Pa., June 30, d. August 6, 1878 ; 
1776 Fanny Julia, b. Dimock, Pa., October 27, 1884. 

1742. v. Sarah Emily, b. February 29, 1852; m., April 2, 1872, Welcome I* P.un. 

nell. Children: 1777 Lee Tiffany, b. Arlington, Pa., August 19, 1873; 
1778 George Hall, b. Bridgewatcr, Pa., May 18, 1878. 

1743. Ti. Florence Amelia, b. April 9, 1854 ; d. March 6, 1880 ; m., December 29, 

1877, Samuel Everett Newton. S. P. 

1744. vii. Charles Herbert, b. Dimock, Pa., December 8, 1858; m., in Brook- 

lyn, Pa., November 22, 1882, Emma M. Sterling (b. Brooklyn, Pa., Octo- 
ber 18, 1844). Children (all born in Brooklyn, Pa.): 1779 Mabel, b. 
October 2, 1884 ; 1780 Bert Sterling, b. May 13, 1887 ; 1781 Homer II., 
b. November 4, 1890 ; 1782 Florence, b. December 20, 1892. 

1414. PRESTON HORACE (1349 Preston, 949 Thomas, 15 
John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Bridgewater, Pa., March 2, 
1848, Sarah E. Quick (b. Sussex County, N. J., June 25, 1829). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Brooklyn, Pa.) 

1751. i. Fred H., b. February 28, 1849 ; m., May 9, 1869, Ann E. Watrom (b. 

Brooklyn, Pa., November 28, 1848). Child : 1783 Maggie, b. March 31, 
1870. 

1752. ii. J. Emma, b. December 19, 1850 ; m., January 29, 1879, F. N. Kent (b. 

May 16, 1857). Children : 1784 Archie, b. September 15, 1885 ; 1785 
Vina, b. May 25, 1890. 

1753. iii. Vina E., b. 1853 ; d. February 6, 1875. 

1754. iv. Judd, b. August 11, 1857; m., October 20, 1885, Hattie Angel (b. Febru- 

ary 7, 1855). Child : 1786 Lynn, b. July 4, 1887. 

1755. ▼. Frank E., b. January 11, 1863. Unmarried. 

1416. ORVILLE NORRIS (1349 Preston, 949 Thomas, 15 
John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in Dimock, Pa., October 
4, 1849, Lavinia Hempstead; m., second, in Brooklyn, Pa., October 3, 
1855, Jane Janette Gardiner (b. Gibson, Pa., March 14, 1837). 

children. 

(All born in Dimock, Pa.) 

1787. i. El'WIN EUGENE, b. July 4, 1856 ; m., in Brooklyn, Pa., February 23, 1876, 

Emma Louise Van Auken. Children : 1792 Jennie May, b. February 3, 
1880 ; 1793 Myron Orville, b. July 8, 1888. 

1788. ii. Elmer Fayette, b. May 23, 18C1 ; m., September 3, 1881, Sadie Ann Kin- 

ney. Child: 1794 Kinney Orville, b. Brooklyn, Pa., April 21, 1889; d. 
there October 26, 1890. 



118 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

1789. HI. Sarah L., b. December 8, 1863. Unmarried. 
1700. iv. Nellie J., b. June 3, 1866. Unmarried. 
1791. v. Jessie A., b. October 14, 1879. Unmarried. 

1353. ORVILLE (949 Thomas, 15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, in Nicholson, Pa., May 13, 1832, Polly Marcy (b. Nicholson, 
Pa., December 10, 1809; d. there November 25, 1884). 

Mr. Tiffany was well educated, and for many years was a successful 
school teacher and school principal. He went, after his marriage, to the 
Tiffany homestead in Harford, there taking care of his father's property. 
Later he was a carpenter and contractor. 

CHILDREN. 

1428. i. John Wallace, b. September 13, 1834. 

1429. ii. Simon LeRoy, b. July 27, 1835. 

1430. iii. Harvey Edward, b. February 10, 1838. 

1431. iv. Clarinda A., b. November 21, 1840; m., in Nicholson, Pa., October 24, 

1871, Gideon Moscr (b. September 1, 1837). Children : 1808 Orville B., 
b. Coaldale, Pa., September 7, 1872; d. there November 21, 1880; 1809 
Wallace Gideon, b. Coaldale, Pa., January 21, 1875; 1810 Carrie E., b. 
Coaldale, Pa., August 9, 1877 ; d. Scranton, Pa., April 5, 1889. 

1432. v. Harriet A., b. March 5, 1843 ; d. September 7, 1845. 

1433. vi. Humi'UREV Dallas, b. September 10, 1846. 

1434. vii. Emily D., b. April 2, 1849 ; m., in Nicholson, Pa., July 5, 18G9, Hon. Add- 

bert Wesley Stephens (b. July 17, 1844). Children: 1812 Lofton, b. 
March 20th ; d. May 27, 1870 ; 1813 Fanny E., b. July 14, 1872 ; 1814 
Morton W., b. April 9, 1875 ; 1815 Ivan Dean, b. December 25, 1881 ; 
1810 Beth B., b. August 28, 1887. 

1428. JOHN WALLACE (1353 Orville, 949 Thomas, 15 John, 
2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Benton, Pa., May 18, 1862, Fidelia 
A. Finn (b. March 18, 1837). 

CHILDREN. 

(All born in Benton, Pa.) 

1795. i. William Wallace, b. April 20, 1863 ; d. September 6, 1877. 

1790. ii. Jennie A., b. June 30, 18G4. 

1797. Hi. Fanny, b. November 19th ; d. November 24, 1870. 

1798. iv. Finley L., b. December 4, 1872. 

1799. v. Carl W., b. July 10, 1877. 

1429. SIMON LeROY (1353 Orville, 949 Thomas, 15 John, 
2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, May 20, 1861, Lydia E. Siekler (b. 
September 20, 1841). 

Mr. Tiffany was a school teacher. On September 8, 1860, he began 
the publication of the Wyoming Republican, a weekly newspaper, which he 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 119 

edited and published at Tunkhannock, Pa., until November 10, 1802, when 
he sold out and removed to Nicholson, Pa., where he practiced law, hav- 
ing been admitted to the bar in 1872. 

CHILDREN. 

1800. i. Jesse LeRoy, b. Tunkhannock, Pa., December 15, 1861. 

1801. ii. Edward Clinton, b. Nicholson, Pa., July 20, 1863 ; m., in Nicholson, Pa., 

December 31, 1888, Clarissa Leona Smith (b. Greenfield, Pa., September 
26, 1866). 

1430. HARVEY EDWARD (1353 Orville, 949 Thomas, 15 
John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in Lemon, Pa., November 
10, 1862, Olivia Stansburg (d. 1870); m., second, in Lenox, Pa., Sep- 
tember 13, 1872, Maggie O. Donolds (b. February 26, 1841). 

CHILD BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 

1802. I Mary, m., in Tunkhannock, Pa., C. L. Griffith. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

(All born in Nicholson, Pa.) 

Lklia, b. July 6, 1873; m., in Nicholson, Pa., 1892, Weill Westcott 
Lewis John, b. January, 1876. 
Ray Porter, b. May 9, 1880. 
Wilder, b. July 12, 1882. 
vu Cecil O., b. November 18, 1890. 

1433. HUMPHREY DALLAS (1353 Orville, 949 Thomas, 15 
John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Factoryville, Pa., April 14, 
1868, Eliza Jane Marcy. 

Mr. Tiffany is a prominent business man in Nicholson, Pa. For eleven 
years previous to his entering into mercantile life he was a mail route 
agent from New York City and Binghamton. 

child. 

1811. i. Cortland Perry, b. Nicholson, Pa., February 23, 1872. 



1803. 


ii. 


1804. 


iii. 


1805. 


iv. 


1806. 


v. 


1807. 


vL 



120 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



THOMAS TIFFANY BRANCH. 

2 THOMAS (1 Humphrey). Born in 1665-70; m., in Swansea, 
Mass., about 1089, Hannah — (d. Ashford, Conn., March 7, 1734). 

About 1698, Thomas Tiffany moved from Swansea to Bristol, R. I., 
and then to the new town of Ashford, Conn. The records of birth of his 
three eldest children are in Swansea, and the records of the Church of 
Christ, Bristol, show that five of his children were baptized there. March 
5, 1716, Thomas Tiffany was admitted a freeman of Ashford, and on this 
date he, with his son Thomas, James Tiffany, and others, drew each 200 
acres by lot of the undistributed public lands, the citizens having, at a town 
meeting on January 11, 1718, voted to distribute among themselves the 
surplus land by drawing lots. Records show that he bought a great deal of 
land in Ashford, was a man of substance and, for those times, a large land 
holder. From 1735 to 1741 he was a selectman and town clerk, and, with 
the exception of two years, was town clerk from 1721 to 1748. 

CHILDREN. 

1817. i. Eliezer, b. Swansea, Mass., April 13, 1690. 

1818. ii. Thomas, b. Swansea, Mass., May 22, 1692 ; baptized in Bristol, R. L, Janu- 

ary 20, 1706 ; d. January 29, 1768. 

1819. iii. Recompense, b. Swansea, Mass., March 11, 1694 ; baptized in Bristol, 

R. I., January 20, 1706. 

1820. iv. Isaiah, b. Bristol, R. I., 1698 ; baptized in Bristol, R. I., January 20, 

1706 ; d. Lebanon, Conn., 1780. 

1821. v. EDWARD, b. Bristol, R. I.; baptized in Bristol, R. I., January 20, 1706 ; d. 

Ashford, Conn., June 29, 1770. 

1822. vL Nathaniel, baptized in Bristol, R. I., 1706. 

1817. ELIEZER (2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Lynn, 
December 23, 1734, Bethyah Tiffany. 

child. 

1823. i. Bethyah, b. Ashford, Conn., October 24, 1735. 

1818. THOMAS (2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Wey- 
mouth, Mass., June 11, 1719, Mercy Reed (b. 1699; d. Ashford, Conn.) 

Thomas Tiffany was admitted an inhabitant of the town of Ashford on 
December 7, 1720. For the year 1731 he was a member of the Connecti- 
cut General Court. In 1740 he was appointed by the General Assembly 
justice of the peace for Windham County, and was reappointed each year 
up to 1752. He was a man of wealth and influence. 



1824. 


i. 


1826. 


ii. 


1820. 


iii. 


1827. 


iv. 


1828. 


▼. 


1829. 


vi. 


1830. 


vii. 


1831. 


viii. 


1832. 


ii. 



THE T/FFANYS OF AMERICA, 121 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Ash ford, Conn.) 
Abioal, August 10, 1720. 
Bethyah, b. November 18, 1721. 
Annie, b, July 7, 1723. 

Ezekiel, b. December 30, 1725 ; d. July 30, 1795. 
Mary, b. November 24, 1726 ; d. February 10, 1741. 
Thomas, b. December 30, 1728 ; d. May 30, 1778; m., in Ashford, Conn., 

April 15, 1777, Elizabeth Follett. Child : 1859 Selina, b. Ashford, Conn., 

July 30, 1778. 
Simeon, b. August 24, 1732 ; d. September 21, 1742. 
Hannah, b. November 11, 1733; d. October 13, 1742. 
SARAH, b. June 27, 1736 ; d. October 30, 1748. 

1827. EZEKIEL (1818 Thomas, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, March 19, 1749, Mary Knowlton (b. June 14, 1730). 

He was clerk and constable of Ashford, Conn., was chosen on Decem- 
ber 1, 1760. On November 23, 1765, he was selected the collector of 
Westford Society. 

* CHILDREN. 

1851. L Sarah, b. November 20, 1749 ; d. March 22, 1814 ; m. — Stebbins (Chris- 

tian name not known). 
Simeon, b. May 29, 1751. 
William, b. July 30, 1753. 
Mary, b. December 1, 1755. 
Ezekiel, b. March 12, 1763. The records of the Adjutant General of the 

Connecticut office of the revolutionary period show that he enlisted twice for 

military service. 
Ezra, b. June 27, 1765. 

A mas a, b. November 6, 1767 ; d. Bennington, Vt, April 17, 1850. 
Calvin, b. November 6, 1772. 

1852. SIMEON (1827 Ezekiel, 1818 Thomas, 2 Thomas, 1 Hum- 
phrey). Married, first, in Ashford, Conn., December 28, 1775, Esther 
Clark (b. August 12, 1754; d. August 17, 1806); m., second, Eleanor 
(surname not name). 

At the time of the Lexington Alarm, he served seven days in Captain 
Thomas Knowlton's company of Ashford. (See Connecticut Revolution- 
ary Records.) 

' ' CHILDREN. 

(All born in Ashford, Conn.) 
1860. i. Pollv, b. December 13, 1776 ; d. October 22, 1859 ; m. — Friiclla (Chris- 
tian name not known). 
Betsey, b. January 18 ; d. May 4, 1780. 
Betsey, 2d, b. April 23 ; d. July 2, 1781. 
Simeon, b. July 26 ; d. September 5, 1782. 

Alsena, b. December 5, 1783 ; d. July 20, 1832 ; m. — Robertson (Chris- 
tian name not known). 



1852. 


ii. 


1853. 


iii. 


1854. 


iv. 


1855. 


v. 


1856. 


TL 


1857. 


vii. 


1858. 


viii. 



1861. 


it 


1862. 


iii. 


1863. 


iv. 


1864. 


v. 



122 



HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



1865. vi. PERCY, b. January 7, 1786 ; d. Cazenovia, N. V., 1827 ; m., in Ashford, Conn., 

November, 1808, Hon, Elivha Litchfield (b. Canterbury, Conn., July 12, 
1785). Children ; 1869 Elisha Cleveland, b. October 11, 1810; d. Novem- 
ber 28, 1873 } m. Mary Ten Eyck ; hnd (a) Elizabeth Ten Eyck, (b) Jacob 
Ten Eyck, (c) Henry Cleveland ; 1870 Electus Dackus, b. February 15, 
1813 ; m. Hannah Maria Breed ; had (a) William Backus, (b) Charles 
Tiffany, (c) Mary Eliza, (d) Arthur Breed, (e) Ilcloisc Maria; 1871 Edwin 
Clark, b. January 21, 1815; d. July 20, 1885 ; graduated from Hamilton 
College, 1831 ; in., September 14, 1841, Grace II. Hubbard of Utica, N. Y. ; 
had (a) Mary Smith, (b) Frances II., (c) Edward H., (d) Henry Percy, 
(e) Grace D.; 1872 Erasmus Darwin, b. December 7, 1818; m. Mary 
Hubbard ; had Frederick ; 1873 Egbert Delos, b. December 13, 1823 ; 
d. April 21, 1825. 

1853. WILLIAM (1827 Ezekiel, 1818 Thomas, 2 Thomas, 1 Hum- 
phrsv). Married, in Ashford, Conn., Molly Clark (d. July 3, 1778). 

CHILDREN. 
( Born in Ashford, Conn. ) 

1866. i. William, b. February 21, 1776. 

1867. ii. Clark, b. June 20. 1778. 

1857. AM ASA (1827 Ezekiel, 1818 Thomas, 2 Thomas, 1 Hum- 
phrey). Married, in Ashford, Conn., November 26, 1789, Sarah Johnson 
(b. Ashford, Conn., 1771 ; d. Bennington, Vt., February 8, 1868). 

About 1803, Amasa Tiflany left Ashford and went to Walpole, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

(All born in Ashford, Conn.) 

1868. i. A Daughter. 

18G9. il. Stephen, b. February 22, 1702 ; d. Walpole, N. H., August 19, 1877. 

1870. Hi. Thomas, b. July 27, 1796. 

1871. iv. Arnold Johnson, b., November, 1802 ; d. Pittsford, Vt., August, 1877. 

1869. CAPTAIN STEPHEN (1857 Amasa, 1827 Ezekiel, 
1818 Thomas, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Walpole, N. H., 
October 18, 1818, Maria Johnson (b. Walpole, N. H., April 13, 1795; d. 
there March 31, 1872). 

Captain Tiffany was a soldier in the War of 1812, and was captain of the 
Walpole Rifle Company. 

CHILDREN. 
( All born in Walpole, N. H.) 
1874. i. Harriet, b. November 26, 1821 ; d. November 6, 1886 ; m., March, 1841, 
Ephraim Alexander Watkins (b. January 10, 1817). Children (born in Wal- 
pole, N. H. ) : 1882 Clarence Ephraim ; 1883 Herbert Johnson. 
187. r ». ii. Sarah Ann, b. June 22, 1826 ; d. February 6, 1890; m., September 1845, 
Frederick Watkins (b. July 2, 1821), brother of Harriet's husband. Chil- 
dren (born in Walpole, N. H.) : 1884 Maria L., 1885 Frances C. 



1886. 


i. 


1887. 


ii. 


1888. 


iii. 


1889. 


iv. 


1890. 


v. 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 123 

1876. iii. Stephen Johnson, b. May 16, 1830. 

1877. iv. Percy, b. June 10, 1834 ; d. January 24, 1866 ; m., January 37, 1862, 

William Hall (d. January 24, 1866). 

1876. STEPHEN JOHNSON (1869 Stephen, 1857 Amasa, 
1827 Ezekif.l, 1818 Thomas, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, 
Mary S. Hall (d. Walpole, N. H., May 26, 1864); m., second, in Keene, 
N. H., September 4, 1866, Emily Wood Buflum (b. Keene, N. H., Nov- 
ember 24, 1838). 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

(No issue by first marriage.) 

Katie Maria, b. May 16, 1870. 

Willie Stephen, b. July 18, 1873 ; d. September 12, 1876. 

George Bukfum, b. February 24, 1875. 

Harry Johnson, b. January 15, 1878. 

Junib Belle, b. June 22, 1880. 

1871. ARNOLD JOHNSON (1857 Amasa, 1827 Ezekiel, 1818 
Thomas, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Pittsford, Vt., August 16, 
1826, Abegail Drury (b. Pittsford, Vt., March 7, 1805; d. there October 
14, 1844). 

CHILDREN. 

(All born in Pittsford, Vt.) 

George Lewis, b. March 30, 1828 ; d. Chicago, III., 1873. 
Henry Franklin, b. April 5, 1832. 
Thomas Johnson, b. March 6, 1834. 
Amos Drury, b. October 31, 1841. 

1878. GEORGE LEWIS (1871 Arnold Johnson, 1857 Amasa, 
1827 Ezekiel, 1818 Thomas, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, in 
Montpelier, Vt., Emma C. Scott. S. P. 

1879. HENRY FRANKLIN (1871 Arnold Johnson, 1857 
Amasa, 1827 Ezekiel, 1818 Thomas, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Mar- 
ried, in Pittsford, Vt., Electro Thomas. S. P. 

1880. THOMAS JOHNSON (1871 Arnold Johnson, 1857 
Amasa, 1827 Ezekiel, 1818 Thomas, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Mar- 
ried, in Bennington, Vt., October 3, 1858, Mary Frances Cook (b. Pitts- 
ford, Vt., October 6, 1838.) 

child. 

1891. i. George Lewis, b. May 11, 18C2; m., in Burlington, Vt., July 24, 1878, 
Annie M. Tracey (b. in Ireland). 



1878. 


i. 


1879. 


ii. 


1880. 


iii. 


1881. 


iv. 



124 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

1881. AMOS DRURY (1871 Arnold Johnson, 1857 Amasa, 
1827 Ezekiel, 1818 Thomas, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, in 
Pittsford, Vt., Eliza M. Hendee. 

CHILDREN. 

1899. 1. S, Abbib, b. August 6, 1870. 

1893. ii. Freddie, b. February 1, 1872. 

1894. UL Arthur A., b. March 2, 1873. 

1895. iv. Harry H., b. June 18, 187S. 
189G. v. Corrbll H., b. February 28, 1876. 

1858. CALVIN (1827 Ezekiel, 1818 Thomas, 2 Thomas, 1 Hum- 
phrey). Married Abigail Walker (b. Ashford, Conn., August 8, 1771). 

CHILD. 

1868. i. Rebecca, m. Mason South worth ; had Helen Cornelia ; m. George Wilson 
Brown (b. Cornwall, Conn.). Child : George LeRoy Brown, b. Jackson, 
Mich., April 13, 1849, captain of the 11th U. S. Infantry, and acting 
Indian agent at Pine Ridge, S. D. 

1820. ISAIAH (2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, about 
1726, Elizabeth Smith of Swansea ; m., second, Jemima Griswold of Bolton. 

He removed to Woodstock, where he was a selectman, was town clerk 
1730-40, and representative of the town to the General Court, 1742-43. 
He finally removed to Lebanon, Conn., where his first wife died and he 
married again. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 
(No issue by second marriage.) 

1833. i. Isaiah, b. Woodstock, Conn., about 1726. 

1834. ii. John, baptized in Woodstock, Conn., November 11, 1727 ; d. 1766. 

1835. iii. Recompense, b. June 19, baptized June 27, 1731 ; was living in 1800. 

1836. iv. ELIZABETH, b. June 18, 1736; d. March 26, 1790; m., in Lebanon, Conn., 

November 25, 1756, Ebenezer Bushnell. Children : 1912 Ebenezer, b. 
September 13, 1757; d. August 3, 1800; m., August 14, 1780, Triphena 
Clark ; had Ilezekiah, b. September 27, 1782 ; d. December 4, 1851 ; 1913 
Isaiah, b. February 16, 1759 ; an officer in the Connecticut Lines during the 
revolution ; 1914 Mary, b. March 27, 17C1 ; 1915 Lucinda, b. January 17, 
1764 ; 1916 Alpame, b. May 24, 1705 ; 1917 Jerusha, b. June 16, 1768 ; 
d. January 16, 1833; m., April 15, 1804, Deacon Daniel Strong (b. April 
23, 1752; d. July 6, 1826); had Persis Elizabeth, b. May 19, 1807; m. 
Leonard Hebard. 

1837. v. Asa, b. October 19 ; baptized October 22, 1738 ; d. 1762. 

1838. vl. Persis, b. October 19 ; baptized October 22, 1738 ; d. 1779. 

1833. ISAIAH (1820 Isaiah, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, 
May 19, 1748, Ann Lyman (b. Lebanon, Conn., January 28, 1731; d. there). 



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Isaiah Tiffany moved from Lebanon to Norwich about 1853-64. He 
was one of the six signers for the Sixth or Chelsea Church, July 24, 1760, 
and when the church was established he was elected, December 30, 1760, 
one of its first two elders. 

CHILDREN. 

ANN, b. Lebanon, Conn., March 29, 1749; d. in infancy. 

Isaiah, b. Lebanon, Conn., May 29, 1751 ; d. Norwich, Conn., April 29, 

1757. 
Asa, b. Lebanon, Conn., April 14, 1753. 

William, b. Norwich, Conn., September 13, 1754 ; d. August 28, 1766. 
Anne Lyman, b. Norwich, Conn., October 23, 1757. 
Elizabeth Smith, b. Norwich, Conn., July 11, 1769 ; m., February 15, 

1824, Rev. John Robinson (b. Lebanon, Conn., April 24, 1760; d. there 

May 2, 1832). S. P. 

1899. ASA (1833 Isaiah, 1820 Isaiah, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, in Lebanon, Conn., Lucy Mason (b. December 10, 1782; d. 
November 16, 1869). 

Asa Tiffany was a private in the Connecticut Lines during the revolu- 
tion. In 1832 he was a pensioner, residing at New London, Conn. 

child. 

1918. i. Lucy, b. Norwich, Conn.; m. there, November 16, 1804, her second cousin, 
Hezekiah Bushnell (b. September 27, 1782 ; d. December 4, 1851). In 
1809, she moved with her husband and two children from Lebanon, Conn., 
to Ararat, Susquehanna County, Pa., where the daughter died. In the 
autumn she gave birth to the first child in the settlement. Children : 
1919 Nancy, b. Norwich, Conn., 1806 ; d. Ararat, Pa., 1810 ; 1920 Leonard 
Augustus, b. Ararat, Pa., June 23, 1808 ; d. June 30, 1873 ; m., April 4, 1839, 
Liveria A. Sabin (b. February 13, 1816 ; d. April 7, 1882); had (a) Henry 
Irving, b. June 6, 1841 ; (b) Mary Elizabeth, b. March 9, 1843 ; (c) William 
Herbert, b. March 14, 1846; (d) James Hyde, b. February 8, 1848; 1921 
Harriet, b. Ararat, Pa., 1810; d. 1812; 1922 Ebenezer, b. Ararat, Pa., 
June 7, 1813; m., September 13, 1843, Lydia H. Payne (b. September 22, 
1820); 1923 Albert, b. Ararat, Pa., December 30, 1815; d. February 6, 
1861; m., January 4, 1840, Harriet Wadsworth Tyler (b. December 19, 
1820 ; d. April 3, 1864); had (a) Newton Wadsworth, b. May 22, 1841 ; 
(b) Lucy Maria, b. October 1, 1843 ; (c) Payson K., b. June 3, 1845 ; (d) 
Mary Emily, b. April 17, 1847; (e) Horace, b. May 6, 1850 ; ( f) Harriet 
Ann, b. May 16, 1852; (g)Jane Louisa, b. May 25, 1856; 1924 James 
Clark, b. Ararat, Pa., May 31, 1820; m., February 4, 1846. Sally Raxana 
Hyde (b. May 1, 1822 ; d. July 14, 18*9): ni., second, March 4, 1851, 
Olive Wells (b. March 8, 1828); had (by second wife) (a) Sally Elliott, 
b. November 30, 1851 ; d. May 22, 1805; (b) Herman Scott, b. October 
7, 1853; 1925 Elizabeth, b. Ararat, Pa., May 28, 1828; d. July 1, 1871 ; 
m., June 13, 1861, Rev. James B. Wilson (b. August 2, 1799 ; d. April 25, 
1878); had Hattie, b. October 19, 1865; d. February 24, 1867. 



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126 HtSTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

1834. JOHN (1820 Isaiah, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, 
in Lebanon, Conn., May 5, 1748, Mary Meacham. 

children. 

( All born in Lebanon, Conn.) 

Edward, b. January 30, 1749 ; d. in infancy. 

Edward, 2d, b. June 24, 1760. 

John, b. January 8, 1753 ; d. in infancy. 

John, 2d, b. April 3, 1755 ; lost at sea. 

Elizabeth, b. December 26, 1756. 

Isaiah, b. February 16, 1759 ; d. New Canaan, N. Y., December 12, 1800. 

Mary, b. March 27, 1761. 

Lucinda, b. January 17, 1764. 

Alpame, b. May 24, 1765. 

1906. CAPTAIN JOHN (1834 John, 1820 Isaiah, 2 Thomas, 

1 Humphrey). There are no records to show that he was ever married. 
He was a gallant officer in the revolutionary forces. (See Records of 
Adjutant General of Connecticut's office, published in 1888, on page 111, 
of Colonel Bun-ell's Regiment.) Captain Tiffany went on a sea voyage 
after 1781, and was lost at sea. 

1908. LIEUTENANT ISAIAH (1834 John, 1820 Isaiah, 

2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, June 4, 1789, Anne Whiting (b. 
Norwich, Conn., February 8, 1762; d. Cooperstown, N. Y., May 17, 
1830). 

He was an ensign in the revolution, and was promoted to lieutenant 
April 22, 1781, serving until the close of the war, in 1783. His record 
is given in the records of the Adjutant General's office, Hartford, 
Conn., 1888. He fought in eighteen battles, including Monmouth and 
Yorktown, and was at Valley Forge. He was one of the forlorn hope in 
storming the redoubts at Yorktown. He was present at the hanging of 
Andre. 

CHILDREN. 

1926. i. Nancy WHITINO, b. West Stockbridge, Conn., April 6, 1791 ; d. Coopera- 
town, N. Y., February 13, 1849 ; m., in Troy, N. Y., November 16, 
1815, Elihu Phinncy (b. July 1, 1785; d. Cooperstown, N. Y., January 26, 
1863). Children (all born in Cooperstown, N. Y.): 1931 Henry Frede- • 
rick, b. December 15, 1816 ; d. there October 28, 1875 ; m. there, Febru- 
ary 8, 1849, Caroline Martha Cooper (b. Cooperstown, N. Y., June 26, 
1815 ; d. there January 13, 1892), dau. of James Fenimore Cooper ; had 
(a) Henry, b. Cooperstown, N. Y., February 20, 1850; d. there Septem- 
ber 8, 1851 ; (b) Susan Cooper, b. Buffalo, N. Y., March 5, 1852 ; (c) 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 127 

Frederick, b, Coopcrstown, N. Y., December 12, 1854 ; d. South Cairo, 
N. Y., December 14, 1892 ; (d) Charles John, b. Irvington, N. Y., De- 
cember 24, 1856 ; 1932 Elihu, b. June 20, 1823 ; d. September 20, 1892 ; 
m., in Riverside, N. Y., June 12, 1851, Sarah L. Stewart (b. New York City, 
August 18, 1827) ; had Alexander Stewart, b. Coopcrstown, N. Y., January 
1, 1864 ; 1933 Harriet Bradford, b. April 30, 1825 ; m. in Coopcrstown, 
N. Y., June 4, 1849, Rev. Charles K. McIIarg (b. March 18, 1823), S.P.; 
1934 Ann W., b. February 4, 1827 ; 1935 John L» T., b. January 17, 1829 ; 
d. June 4, 1854 ; unmarried. 

1927. H. John Lathrop, b. West Stockbridgc, Conn., April 7, 1793 ; d. Clifton 

Springs, N. Y., March 2, 1878 ; m. Abiiey Hoadlcy. S. P. 

1928. HL Frederick Trenck, b. West Stockbridge, Conn., July 4, 1795 ; d. Claverack, 

N. Y., September 2, 1863. 

1929. It. Harriet Bradford, b. Stamford, Conn., June 24, 1798; d. Coopcrstown, 

N. Y., September 6, 1830; m., in Albany, N. Y., June 3, 1822, Charles 
S. Stewart (b. Flemington, N. J., October 16, 1795; d. Cooperstown, 
N. Y., December 14, 1870). Children : 1941 Charles Seaforth, b. on the 
ship "Thames," in the Pacific Ocean, April 11, 1823 ; m., in BufTalo, N. Y., 
April 15, 1857, Cecilia Sophia de Louville Tardy ( b. New York City, 
October 22, 1836 ) ; was graduated from the military academy at West 
Point, 1846, and remained an officer in the army until retired as colonel, 
September 16, 1886; had ( a ) Charles Seymour, b. New Bedford, Mass., 
April 12, 1858; d. Cooperstown, N. Y., February 8, 1893; (b) Cecil, b. 
Old Point Comfort, Va., April 12, 1864 ; was graduated at West Point, 
1886, lieutenant Fourth Cavalry ; promoted, February 2, 1901, captain Fifth 
Cavalry, U. S. A., now stationed at Manila ; (c) Cora, b. San Francisco, 
Cal., March 15, 1873; d. there February 1, 1876; 1942 Harriet Bradford, 
b. Honolulu Mission House, Sandwich Islands, March 7, 1825 ; d. New 
York City, February 1, 1843 ; unmarried ; 1943 Martha Stewart Wilson, b. 
Cooperstown, N. Y., February 5, 1828 ; d. Irvingston, N. Y., July 12, 
1860 ; unmarried. 

1930. v. Isaiah Whiting, b. Greenbush, N. Y., April 25, 1801 ; d. Clifton Springs, 

N. Y., August 2, 1889. 

1928. REV. FREDERICK TRENCK (1908 Isaiah, 1834 John, 
1820 Isaiah, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Claverack, N. Y., 
September 11, 1822, Hetty Elvira Moore (b. August 20, 1797; d. Claver- 
ack, N. Y., January 9, 1873). 

He was for many years rector of the Episcopal Church at Cooperstown, 
and afterwards at Claverack, N. Y. He was also chaplain of Congress for 
one session. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Cooperstown, N. Y.) 

1936. i. Mary Margaret Miller, b. October 8, 1824 ; d. December 30, 1825. 

1937. ii. Mary Miller, b. July 1, 1826 ; d. November 29, 1843. 

1938. iii. William Averell, b. about 1828. 

1939. iv. Anna, b. about 1830. 

1940. v. Harriet Bradford, b. October 4, 1832 ; d. April 25, 1842. 



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12$ HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

1030. ISAIAH WHITING (1908 Isaiah, 1834 John, 1820 
Isaiah, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, May 4, 1825, Mary Metcalf. 

CHILDREN. 

1944. L Mary Phinnky, b. May S3, 1827; d. July 11, 1880; m., 1861, William 

Foster. Children : 1951 Henry F., b. August 26, 1862 ; d. December 4, 
1863 ; 1962 Grace, b. November 20, 1864 ; d. May 24, 1870. 

1945. ii. CATHERINE M., b. November 26, 1831 ; d. Clifton Springs, N. Y., Janu- 

ary 6, 1892; m., August 31, 1870, John W. Frazer (b. 1828) ; a graduate 

of West Point in 1849, and afterwards a general in the Confederate Army. 

Children : 1953 Mary Metcalf, b. August 28, 1871 ; m., June, 1892, Robert 

Vincent ; had Adam, b. June 2, 1893. 
Isaiah, b. December 28, 1828 ; d. January 19, 1839. 
Henry Phinney, b. July 4, 1834. 
John Lathrop, b. July 5, 1837 ; d. August 18, 1838. 
Grace, b. June 27, 1840 ; d. September 2, 1815. 
John Lathrop, 2<1, b. June 25, 1844 ; d. April 23, 1848. 

1821. EDWARD (2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Ash- 
ford, Conn., January 27, 1720, Tabitha Humphrey. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Ashford, Conn. ) 

1839. i. Hannah, b. March 28, 1727 ; m., in Ashford, Conn., December 17, 1747, 

Benjamin Clark. 

1840. ii. Edward, b. December 16, 1728 ; d. September 19, 1742. 

1841. iii. David, b. March 16, 1732 ; d. September 6, 1742. 

1842. iv. Lois, b. October 6, 1734. 

1843. v. Edward, 2d, b. August 25 ; d. November 27, 1748. 

1844. vi. Mary, b. July 9, 1747. 

1822. NATHANIEL (2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Ash- 
ford, Conn., September 6, 1726, Keziah Ward. 

Mr. Tiffany moved from Ashford to Somers, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

Keziah, b, Ashford, Conn., June 2, 1727. 
Nathaniel, b. Ashford, Conn., May 1, 1731. 
Nathan, b. Ashford, Conn., May 4, 1733. 

John, b. Somers, Conn., December 10, 1741 ; d. there September 20, 1742. 
Mary, b. Somers, Conn., March 14, 1744. 

John, 2d, b. Somers, Conn., November 17, 1747; m., in Somen, Conn., 
July 26, 1770, Elizabeth Birchard. 

1846. NATHANIEL (1822 Nathaniel, 2 Thomas, 1 Hum- 
phrey). Married, in Somers, Conn., December 16, 1752, Zeriah Jones. 



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i. 


1846. 


ii. 


1847. 


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1848. 


iv. 


1849. 


v. 


1850. 


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1956. 


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CHILDREN. 

(All born in Somen, Conn.) 

ZmuAH, b. July 16, 1753. 

Sybil, b. October 29, 1756. 

Nathaniel, b. March 25, 1759 ; d. in infancy. 

Nathaniel, 2d, b. February 13, 1760 ; d there Jane 80, 1835. 

Rhoda, b. July 21, 1762. 

Samuel, b. April 13, 1769. 

Charles, b. July 20, 1771 ; d. in infancy. 

Betsey, b. February 20, 1774. 

Charles 2 1, b. August 3, 1776. 

1957. NATHANIEL (1846 Nathaniel, 1822 Nathaniel, 2 
Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, about 1787, Lucy (surname not 
known) (b. 1768; d. Somers, Conn., March 23, 1796); m., second, 
Elizabeth Bartlett. 

He served in the Revolutionary War, and the Connecticut records 
show him to have been a pensioner in 1832. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 

1963. I Chloe, b. Ellington, Conn., March 20, 1788 ; d. January 30, 1851 ; m. 

Calvin Hall. 

1964. ii. Lucy, b. Somen, Conn., April 21, 1790 ; d. there October 14, 1868. 

1965. iii. Rhoda, b. Somers, Conn., September 26, 1793 ; d. in infancy. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 
( All born in Somers, Conn. ) 

1966. iv. John, b. August 14, 1798 ; d. August 29, 1886. 

1967. r. Rhoda, 2d, b. October 4, 1801 ; tn., in Somers, Conn., April 14, 1831, 

Chester Field. 

1968. vi. Clary, b. January 18, 1804 ; m., in Somers, Conn., May 28, 1828, Abel 

Parsons, Jr. 

1969. vii. Levi, b. May 22, 1806; d. Chicopee, Mass., June 13, 1856. 

1970. viii. Betsey £., b. May 22, 1811; d. Ellington, Conn., September 19, 1890; 

m. f in Somers, Conn., March 14, 1833, Harvey Parker of Ellington, Conn. 

1971. ix Harriet M., b. August 4, 1816 ; m., November 6, 1843, Paul Hamilton of 

Springfield, Mass. 

1968. JOHN (1957 Nathaniel, 1846 Nathaniel, 1822 Na- 
thaniel, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Somers, Conn., Octo- 
ber 25, 1821, Eleanor Fuller (b. 1801 ; d. March 27, 1873). 

CHILDREN. 

(All born in Somers, Conn.) 

1975 L Charles L., b. July 4, 1824. 

1976. ii. Martha Augusta, b. April 21, 1827 ; d. July 10, 1835. 



ISO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OP 

1977. ill. Otis Fuller, b. July 16, 1831 ; <L October 12, 1889. 

1078. lv. John, b. May 16, 1836. 

1079. v. Julia Eleanor, b. June 0, 1840 ; m., in Somen, Conn., April 86, 1868, 

Eugene Constantine Sheldon. Children ( all born in Somen, Conn.): 1003 
Asa Eugene, b. April 8, 1850 ; 1004 William Olmstead, b. September 20, 
1860 ; 1006 Julie E., b. November 12, 1861 ; 1096 Henry Burt, b. Febru- 
ary 24, 1863 ; 1997 Charles, b. June 29 ; d. August, 1864. 
1980. vl. Clara Maria, b. January 12, 1845 ; d. April 2, 1867 ; m. H. M. Colvin. 

1975. CHARLES L. (1966 John, 1957 Nathaniel, 1846 Nathan- 
ibl, 1822 Nathaniel, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Enfield, 
Conn., April 25, 1849, Esther Celestia Pease. 

children. 

1088. L Celestia, b. January 26, 1850 ; d. February 0, 1850. 

1080. ii. Lois Dwioiit, b. November 10, 1855 ; d. in infancy. 

1000. iii. Charles Albert, b. May 18, 1857 ; d. in infancy. 

1001. iv. Harvey Fuller, b. April 27, 1859. 

1902. v. Nellie Dwight, b. December 28, 1861 ; d. August 15, 1862. 

1969. LEVI (1957 Nathaniel, 1846 Nathaniel, 1822 Nathaniel, 
2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, Ursula E. Parker (b. Vernon, 
Conn., 1811 ; d. Royalton, Vt., December 25, 1834); m., second, Susan 
E. Green (b. Randolph, Vt., December 25, 1812; d. Worcester, Mass., 
February 10, 1874). 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 
(No issue by first marriage.) 

1081. i. Susan Embline, b. Somcrs, Conn., December 7, 1836 ; tn. there Samuel L. 

Field. Children: 1998 Isabel, b. Sotners, Conn., October 8, 1859; d. 
February 8, 1875 ; 1999 Emma Edna, b. Somers, Conn., April 15, 1861 ; 
tn., October 16, 1879, William Adams ; 2000 Dimpel Arabella, b. 
December 26, 1865; m., May 30, 1883, Wilbur Norcross; 2001 Ithicl 
Richardson, b. Worcester, Mass., September 22, 1871; in., March 10, 
1803, Nellie Dyer ; 2002 Ellgar Kannay, b. Worcester, Mass., May 2, 
1875. 
1982. ii. Martha Eleanor, b. Uoyalton, Vt., September 22, 1837 ; m., in Elling- 
ton, Conn., Alonzo Hamilton Peck. Children : 2003 Julia E., b. Decem- 
ber 6, 1862; m., in Ellington, Conn., April 16, 1884, Marcus A. Finney; 
had Raymond Alonzo ; b. February 2, 1891 ; 2004 Carrie, b. July 11, 1881. 

1083. iii. Natiianikl RANNAY, b. Royalton, Vt., December 4, 1838; m., in Somers, 

Conn., Thcodocia Luce. Children : 2005 daughter, b. May, 1863; 2006 
son, b. February 1875 ; d. 1*78. 

1084. iv. Eli/.aueth P., b. Royalton, Vt., October 11, 1842 ; d. Chicopec, Mass., 

September 1H, 1850. 
1086. v. Byron Eugene, b. Royalton, Vt., August 20, 1848 ; d. Somers, Conn., May 
14, 1890; m., in Worcester, Mass., November 4, 1880, Florence Johnson 



7HE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 181 

(d. Somen, Conn., May 14, 1890). Children : 9007 Charlotte Catherine, 
b. Somen, Conn., January 19, 1882 ; 2008 Susan Caroline, b. Somen, 
Conn., October 4, 1884 ; died there December 10, 1891. 

1988. vi. Calvin Hall, b. Roxbury, Vt., April 22, 1850; m., in Ellington, Conn., 
1872, Erminia Scllew (b. Glastonbury, Conn., March 7, 1847). Children : 
2009 Lucy Ellen, b. January 21, 1873 ; 2010 Roland Sellew, b. January 26, 
1875; 2011 Brainard Hamilton, b. September 1, 1876; 2012 Leonora 
Matilda, b. November 24, 1882. 

1987. vii. Lucy Avery, b. Randolph, Vt., May 7, 1862 ; d. Williamstown, Vt., Feb- 
ruary, 1858. 

1847. NATHAN (1822 Nathaniel, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). 
Married Mary Kellogg. 

CHILDREN. 
( All born in Somen, Conn.) 

1972. L Mary, b. October 9, 1758. 

1973. it Azubah, b. March 31, 1763. 

1974. iii. Nathan, b. July 12, 1765 ; d. Lyme, Conn., May 7, 1857. 

1974. NATHAN (1847 Nathan, 1822 Nathaniel, 2 Thomas, 1 
Humphrey). Married Lois Lord (b. Hadlyme, Conn.; d. there March 
14, 1866). 

CHILDREN. 

(All born in Lyme, Conn.) 

2013. i. Minerva, b. November 3, 1800 ; d. Essex, Conn., about 1859-60 ; m., in 
Lyme, Conn., March 8, 1821, Richard Buckingham (b. October 21, 1797> 
Children ( all born in Essex, Conn. ) : 2025 Richard Tiffany, b, August 18, 
1821 ; unmarried ; 2026 Hiram Augustus, b. May 20, 1823 ; d., at age of 
twenty-seven, a sea captain at Valparaiso, South America j 2027 Joseph 
Alonzo, b. August 25, 182-4 ; in., in Salem, Conn., September 10, 1849, 
Abbie Wickwire, S. 1'.; 2028 Archius Amander, b. October 28, 1826; m., 
March 4, 1854, Ellen Proctor Smith ; d. April 11, 1867, by drowning on 
the bar at the mouth of San Francisco harbor; had (a) Archius E., b. 
April 4, 1855; (b) George Hiram, b. September 15, 1867; (c) Edith 
Dorcas, b. January 8, 1859 ; (d) Ella Florence, b. May 13, 1861 ; 2029 
Nathan Newton, b. February 10, 1827 ; d. July 5, 1865 ; m., September 
18, 1855, Jane Christie; had (a) Ellen Minerva, (b) Elbert, (c) Kmma 
Jane; 2030 Henry Elmer, b. October 6, 1828 ; m., January 18, 1856, Celia 
A. Bailey; had (a) Isabel, (b) Millard Fillmore; (c) Ellen Minerva, b. 
December 6, 1830 ; d. 1846 ; 2031 Lclia Eveline, b. April 1, 1833 ; m., 
July, 1861, Dudley Clark of Haddam, Conn.; had Aurelius ; 2032 Elmira 
Louisa, b. October 31, 1834 ; unmarried ; 2033 Herbert Sumner, b. 
February 15, 1836 ; m., first, December 28, 1861, Ursula A. Watrous of 
Deep River, Conn. (d. March 11,1809); in., second, August 24,1870, 
Sarah E. Holt ; had (a) Mary M., b. March 6, 1803 ; d. March 30, 1864 ; 
(b) Jennie A., b. September 3, 1865; d. April 17, 1867; 2034 Elbert 
Klizur, b. January 18, 1K40 ; d. March 30, 1800. 



132 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

•014 U. A Daughter, b. October 5 ; d. November 7, 1809. 

8015. Hi. John Kellooo, b. May 9, 1804 ; d. October, 1661. Lost at tea between 
New London and New York. 

2016. it. Mary E., b. June 14, 1806 ; d. June 24, 1876. Unmarried. 

2017. r. Julia Louisa, b. June 10, 1808 ; d. July 24, 1890. Unmarried. 

2018. vL Lydia Emeline, b. September 15, 1810; d. — ; m. — Beckwith (Christian 

name unknown). 

2019. vii. Nathan Newton, b. March 17, 1812; d. Bridgehamton, L. L, April 28, 

1882. 

2020. viii. George Akanson, b. January 23, 1814; d. April 20, 1862. Unmarried. 

2021. ix. Frederick Augustus, b. January 23, 1816 ; d. Essex, Conn., July 9, 1887. 

2022. x. LORD Nelson, b. January 9, 1818 ; d. New Orleans, La., March 18, 1886. 

2023. ai. Laura A., b. July 8, 1821; d. East Haddam, Conn., April 22, 1872; m. 

Frederick A. Swan, East Haddam, Conn. S. P. 

2024. xii. Herman F., b. February 16, 1825 ; d. since 1854. 

2015. JOHN KELLOGG (1974 Nathan, 1847 Nathan, 1822 
Nathaniel, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married Miranda Hungerford (b. 
Lyme, Conn.; d. New London, Conn.). 

Was captain of a coasting vessel, and was lost at sea on a trip between 
New London and New York. 

children. 

(All born in Hadlyme, Conn.) 

2035. i. Elias Newton, b. December 11, 1825. Lost at sea off Sandy Hook, New 

York harbor, January 13, 1859. 

2036. ii. Elizabeth Ann, b. November 16, 1827; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., March 9, 

1892. 
William Hobart, b. February 20, 1828 ; d. Groton, Conn., March 4, 1880. 
John Kellogg, b. March 12, 1831 ; & December 16, 1832. 
Edgar M., b. November 27, 1833; d. in New London, Conn., November 

11, 1861. 
Emma Elmer, b. November 27, 1833. 

Aliiert Villroy, b. December 30, 1834 ; d. February 15, 1856. Unmar- 
ried. 
Julia Augusta, b. February 19, 1836. 
Orris E., b. June 27, 1837 ; d. same year. 
Helen Isauel, b. October 21, 1838. 

Melissa Jane, b. January 4, 1840 ; d. May 3, 1865. Unmarried. 
Caroline Williams, b. November 10, 1842 ; d. 1844. 
John Kellogg, 2d, b. April 16, 1843 ; d. March 11, 1844. 
JANETT Hayden, b. January 29, 1845. 
Cordelia Adelaide, b. December 7, 1847. 
Catherine Chapman, b. January 22, 1850. 

2037. WILLIAM HOBART (2015 John K., 1974 Nathan, 
1847 Nathan, 1822 Nathaniel, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, 



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xi. 


2046. 


xii. 


2047. 


xiii. 


2048. 


xiv. 


2049. 


XV. 


2050. 


xv i. 



TUB TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 133 

October 10, 1855, Nancy Elizabeth Chappell (b. Chesterfield, Conn., Oc- 
tober 1, 1837). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in New London, Conn.) 

3054. L Emily Estelle, b. November 13, 1850. Unmarried. 

2055. ii. William Henry, b. November 4, 1859. Unmarried. 

9056. ill Albert Newton, b. January 6, 1805 ; m., in New York City, Jane 1, 
1880, Minnie Morgan Burch (b. in Newport, K. I., November 90, 1805 k 
Children : 2058 Rosa Burch, b. March 31, 1887 ; 2059 Albert Newton, b. 
April 29, 1889. 

2057. iv. Circe Abby, b. February 26, 1803 ; d. tame year. 

2019. NATHAN NEWTON (1974 Nathan, 1847 Nathan, 
1822 Nathaniel, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, April 5, 1855, 
Mary Abigal Palmer (b. Stonington, Conn., August 17, 1824). 

CHILD. 

2051. i Nathan Newton, b. Bridgehampton, N. Y., January 29, 1867; m. there, Oc- 

tober 11, 1882, Gertrude Frederica Corwith ( b. Bridgehampton, N. Y., 
September 17, 18G2). Children (all born in Bridgehampton, N. Y.): 
2051a Nathan Newton, b. June 20, 1883; 2051b Frederic Leroy, b. July 
29, 1886 ; 2051c Mary Palmer, b. May 15, 1889. 

2021. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS (1974 Nathan, 1847 

Nathan, 1822 Nathaniel, 2 Thomas, 1 Humphrey). Married, in New 

Haven, Conn., May 28, 1862, Frances Jane Comstock (b. Essex, Conn., 

May 27, 1827). 

children. 

2052. L Frederick A., b. May 16; d. December 24, 1863. 
2063. ii. Jane M., b. January 10, 1805 ; d. July 31, 1866. 



184 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



HEZEKIAH TIFFANY BRANCH. 

951. HEZEKIAH (15 John, 2 James, 1 Humphrey). Married 
Martha Baker. 

He served in the Revolutionary War and settled in Adams, Jefferson 
County, N. Y., about 1785-87. He died in Adams, Mass., aged eighty- 
four years, so that his death must have occurred about 1841. He had ten 
children, six girls and four boys, all of whom are now dead. Two of the 
sons died in infancy. They were all born in Adams, N. Y., but the 
records of the branch are meagre. Of the girls, there are accurate records 
only of Martha ; and of the boys, only of Isaac. 

CHILDREN. 

2000. i. Martha, b. Adams, N. Y., d. Twinsburg, O. ; m., in Adams, N. Y., 
William Matsim (b. Vermont, d. Twinsburg, O.). Children: 2068 Wil- 
liam Tiffany, b. Adams, N. Y., 1811 ; 20G3 a son. 

2061. ii. Isaac, b. February 1, 1789 ; d. Oswego, N. Y. f August 29, 1839 ; m., in Adams, 
N. Y, November 10, 1812, Ruth Richards (b. October 5, 1790; d. Cleve- 
land, O., October 9, 1874). In 1814, Mr. Tiffany served as a private in 
Lieutenant Barney's company, New York Militia, participating in the Bat- 
tle of Sackett's Harbor. His widow applied for a pension April 3, 1871. 
( Sec records of Bureau of Pensions, Washington, D. C. ) Children ( all 
born in Jefferson County, N. Y.) : 20G4 Isaac C, killed in the Civil War ; 
m., December 15, 1844, Amarinda Kellogg ; 2065 Orange R., m., January 
4, 1846, Martha W. Wright ; 2006 Ruth A. ; 2067 Lydia B., b. October 22, 
1815 ; m. — . Denton (Christian name not known). Child : 2070 George S., 
b. Oswego, N. Y., September 23, 1843; d. there March 24, 1885; 2068 
Nancy W., b. July 24, 1820 ; m., first, November 24, 1853, Mitchell 
Richards (b. Herkimer County, N. Y., October 12, 1822; d. October 28, 
1850); m., second, December 30, 1858, Reuben M. Hannaford ( b. New 
Hampshire, May 1, 1800; d. November 29, 1884). Children (by first 
marriage): 2071 Carrie D.,'b. June 22, 1855; m., in Solon, O., October 
23, 1873, Frank A. Hale; (by second marriage) 2072 Mary E., b. Jan- 
uary 14, 1860; m., in Solon, O., November 3, 1880, F. H. Money; 2069 
Alonzo Baker, b. October 8, 1826; d. Oswego, N. Y., June 11, 1877; m., 
in Oswego, N. Y., December 27, 1847, Mary Ann Rose (b. Kent County, 
England, September 6, 1831; d., Oswego, N. Y., February 11, 1849). 
Child : 2073 Edgar A., b. Oswego, N. Y., October 28, 1848 ; m. there, 
October 19, 1870, Jennie Churchill Curler (b. Vergennes, Vt., May 3, 
1852); had (a) Nellie May, b. September 22, 1871 ; m., in Syracuse, N. 
Y., May 14, 1892, W. M. Austin ; (b) Maude Mildred, b. October 5, 1879. 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 13$ 



EBENEZER TIFFANY OF BARRINGTON 

BRANCH. 

2. EBENEZER (1 Humphrey). Born in what was later Swansea, 
Mass., 1663; d. Barrington, R. I., February 10, 1747; m. Elizabeth 
(surname not known; b. 1665; d. Barrington, R. I., March 7, 1749). 

Ebenczer Tiffany was a prominent member of the Barrington Congre- 
gational Church, and was appointed in 1728 a member of a committee to 
select a new pastor. He died intestate. 

CHILDREN. 

2074. i. Ebknf.zbr, b. Barrington, K. I., February 2, 1695; d. Harrington, R. I., 

July 29, 1723 ; unmarried. lie was the first person appointed by the Town 
of Barrington to serve on the jury of trials, Bristol County, Mass. 

2075. ii. Hezekiah, b. Barrington, K. I., July 27, 1G97 ; d. June 12, 1779; m. 

* Sarah (surname unknown; b. 1700; d. May 26, 1772). Hczckiah 
Tiffany was a prominent and wealthy citizen of the town. He served on 
the jury and was frequently called upon to settle estates, take inventories 
and transact other important business. In his will he left his real estate 
and much of his personal property to his nephew, Ebenezcr. Child : 2083 
Sarah, b. Barrington, R. I., February 19, 1728 ; d. there June 14, 1774. 

2076. Hi. Catherine, b. March 5, 1099; m., first, Captain Zechariah Bickncll (b. 

Weymouth, Mass., January 9, 1695), a descendant of Zachary Bickncll, one 
of the founders of Weymouth. Catherine was probably the mother of 
Zachariah Bickncll, who died in Ashford, April 6, 1798, and whose 
descendants live in Connecticut. Catherine is mentioned in her brother 
Hezckiah's will as " Mrs. Catherine Stores of Mansfield," which implies 
that she married a second time and removed to the neighborhood of 
Mansfield. 

2077. iv. Elizabeth, b. Barrington, R. I., January 31, 1700; m. there James Adams. 

Child : 2084 Newdigate, b. 1754; d. January 6, 1798. Some of their de- 
scendants now live in Barrington, R. I. 
207a v. Eliezer, b. Barrington, R. I., July 3, 1702 ; d. January 22, 1753. He was 
sealer of leather, succeeding Recompense Tiffany, who was the first sealer 
of leather, and was appointed by the Town of Barrington in 1718. 

2079. vi Ei'HRAlM, b. Barrington, R. I., February 4, 1704; & February 27, 1771. 

2080. vii. Seth, b. Barrington, R. I., June 4, 1705; d. April 3, 1743. Seth Tiffany 

and Isaiah and Eleazer Tiffany were tithing men between 1718-1725. 
208L viii. Sarah, b. June 13, 1709 ; d. January 22, 1743. Before the town clerk of 

Barrington, R. I., on October 14, 1741, she and Samuel Maxficld announced 

their intention of marriage. She was buried in Seckonk, Mass., and may 

have had children. 
2082. ix. William, b. August 29, 1710 ; d. January 2, 1728. Is said to have been 

drowned in Long Island Sound. 



136 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

2079. EPHRAIM (2 Ebenezer, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Bar- 
rington, R. L, December 27, 1744, Esther Viall (b. 1715; d. March 19, 
1702). He was a sea captain. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Barrington, R. I.) 

2085. L ELIZARETH, b. January 22, 1745 ; d. March 22, 1767 ; m. Matthew Allin 

(b. 1744 ; d. May 10, 1794). He was captain of a Barrington company in 
the War of the Revolution. Child : 2089 Elizabeth, b. March 10, 1767. 

2086. il Rachel, b. September 22, 1748; d. September 18, 1838; m., in Barring. 

ton, R. I., May 3, 1779, Simon Smith (b. 1748 ; lost at sea 1780). Child : 
2090 Samuel, b. Barrington, R I., November 23, 1779. 

2087. Hi. Molly, b. June 10, 1751 ; d. May 15, 1840. 

2088. It. Ebenezek, b. June 10, 1753 ; d. April 4, 1826. 

2088. EBENEZER (2079 Ephraim, 2 Ebenezer, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, in Rehoboth, Mass., February 2, 1783, Mary Ann Bullock (b. 
Rehoboth, Mass., September 17, 1758, d. Barrington, R. I., December 
17, 1848). 

He was president of the United Congregational Society of Barrington, 
1807-1821. He was at one time a member of the town council and was 
twice elected representative to the General Assembly of Rhode Island, 
1788, 1800. He performed military service during the War of the Revo- 
lution. In his will he left one farm to his two sons and the other farm 
to his eight daughters. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Barrington, R. I. ) 

2089. i. Elizabeth, b. October 14, 1784; d. there November 13, 1874; m. there 

November 15, 1821, Captain James Bowen. Child : 2099 William Hale, 
b. August 6, 1823 ; m. Caroline S. Smith ; had four daughters and a son. 

2090. ii. Sarah, b. January 27, 1786 ; d. March 14, 1809. Unmarried. 

2091. iii. ALTHEA, b. February 26, 1788; d. May 12, 1848; m., in Barrington, R. I., 

April 7, 1814, Timothy Phinney Ide (b. Seckonk, Mass., August 19, 1789 ; 
d. there May 26, 18G1). Children (all born in Seekonk, Mass.): 2100 
William, b. March 4, 1815; m., January 1, 1840, Sarah Ann Stone; had 
(a) Timothy Phinney, b. October 18, 1841 ; d. September 5, 1842 ; (b) 
George Abel, b. May 27, 1843; (c) William Tiffany, b. March 3, 1845; 
(d) Henry Stone, b. December 28, 1846; (e) Sarah Waterman, b. Decern- 
ber 12, 1848 ; (f) Frank Augustus, b. December 12, 1850 ; d. October 3, 
1858 ; (g) Walter Everett, b. March 19, 1853 ; (h) Althea Tiffany, b. 
March 25, 1855 ; (i) Howard Emmons, b. September 8, 1857 ; (j) Caro- 
line Lucina, b. March 1, 1860; d. December 3, I860 ; (k) Annie Lucina ; 
2101 Mary Ann Bullock, b. August 30, 1817; m., in Seekonk, Mass., 
September 9, 1841, Daniel Hodges Leonard (b. Taunton, Mass., April 21, 
1811; d. East Providence, R. I., October 16, 1872); had (a) Charles 
Henry, b. March 27, 1843; (b) Althea Ide, b. October 3, 1847; d. 



2099. 


fe. 


2093. 


v. 


2094. 


▼i 


2095. 


▼ii. 


2096. 


viii. 



THE T/FFAHYS OF AMERICA. 137 

March 25, 1860 ; (c) Mary Ide, b. Jane 19, 1852 ; (d) Flora Hodges, b. 
July 4, 1857 ; d. December 19, 1883 ; 2102 Henry Abel, b. April 25, 1820 ; 
d. January 1893; m., 1851, Sarah Mitchell Ide; had (a) Charles Henry, 
b. February 25, 1854 ; d. in infancy ; (b) Eva Thompson, b. January 13, 
1857 ; (c) Timothy Phinney, b. October 2, 1858 ; 2103 Timothy Phinney, 
b. July 31, 1825 ; d. November 2, 1839. 

Mary Ann, b. February 17, 1790 ; d. August 2, 1862. Unmarried. 

Esther Viall, b. February 13, 1793 ; d. May 19, 1881 ; m., in Barring, 
ton, R. L, October 2, 1843, Sullivan Martin (b 1788; d. May 27, 1863). 
S. P. 

Susanna Kent, b. February 13, 1793 ; d. April 5, 1803. 

Ebenezer, b. July 13, 1795 ; d. June 4, 1864. 

Lydia, b. March 23, 1798; d. January 9, 1892; m., in Harrington, R. I., 
September 9, 1823, Rev. Francis Wood (b. Uxbriclge, Mass., April 8, 
1798 ; d. October 29, 1874). Child : 2112 Mark Henry, b. February 19, 
1839; m., first, April 1867, Ellen Maria Lackey (d. February 10, 1869); 
m., second, January, 1870, Lucy Scott Tafft (d. May 13, 1889); had (by 
first marriage ) (a) Ellen Idelle ; (by second marriage) (b) Mary T., (c) 
Francis, (d) Harry, (e) Eliza, (f) Harriet. 

2097. ia. Hezekiah, b. January 18, 1800; d. January 29, 1872; m., in Harrington, 

R. L, November 24, 1846, Eliza Rich (b. May 20, 1817; d. August 20, 
1880). Mr. Tiffany was treasurer of the Town of Harrington, R. I., for 
thirty-two years. S. P. 

2098. a. Lemika, b. February 3, 1802 ; d. September 30, 1888 ; m., in Barrington, R. 

I., September 1, 1830, Edmund Carpenter (b. Seekonk, Mass., January 2, 
1806 ; d. East Providence, R. I., November 30, 1873 \ Children ( ail born 
in Scckonk, Mass.): 2113 Francis Wood, b. June 24, 1832; m., first, 
Anna Davis Barney; m., second, Zcphiah Pope; had (by first marriage) 
( a ) Emma, (b) Edmund, ( c ) Frank, ( d ) Mary, ( e ) Idclettc ; (by second 
marriage) (f) Gilbert Congdon, (g) Harriet Armington, (h) Julia Swain, 
(i) Hannah; 2114 Sarah Tiffany, b. May 2, 1834; 2116 Anna Elizabeth, 
b. September 14, 1840 ; ra. Michael S. Bebb ; had (a) Anne, (b) William, 
(c) Arthur, (d) Edmund, (e) Martha, (f) Frank. 

2095. EBENEZER (2088 Ebenezer, 2079 Ephraim, 2 Ebenezer, 
1 Humphrey). Married, in Troy, N. H., October 3, 1830, Mary Rich 
(b. Northbridge, Mass., September 13, 1810; d. Barrington, R. I., April 
8, 1883). 

Mr. Tiffany was treasurer of the United Congregational Society, 1837- 
1850; vice president, 1850-1859; secretary, 1856-1864; deacon through 
the latter years of his life ; town treasurer, 1822-1838; town clerk, 1838- 
1864. 

CHILDREN. 

( All born in Barrington, R. I. ) 

2104. L Susan Kent, b. October 11, 1832 ; m., in Barrington R. I., March 12, 
1854, Charles J. Mauran Smith ( b. Barrington, R. I., October 29, 1830; d. 
there May 8, 1892). Children: 2116 Benjamin Kingsley, b. March 29, 



138 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

1856 ; m., in Warren, R. I., January 15, 1879, May S. Martin (b. Warren, 
R. t, October 10, 1800) ; had (all born in Barrington, R. I.) (a) Joseph 
Mauran Smith, b. October 5, 1880; (b) Mabel Louise, b. January 28, 
1885; (c) Lewis Bosworth, b. March 5, 1886; 2117 Olive Mauran, b. 
January 13, 1859 ; 2118 Charles Joseph, b. January 2, 1862 ; 2119 Susan 
Tiffany, b. August 17, 1863 ; 2120 William Eyman, b. November 18, 
1866 ; m., in Barrington, R. I., June 23, 1891, Evelena Barton (b. Warren, 
R I., March 1, 1867) J 2121 Mary Elizabeth, b. July 22, 1869. 

2105. II. William Bullock, b. June 14, 1831 

2106. Hi. Ebenezer, b. February 16, 1836 ; d. January 8, 1899. 

2107. iv. John Ckane, b. January 17, 1838 ; d. December 8, 1897. Unmarried. A 

soldier in the Civil War. 

2108. v. Mary Louisa, b. February 8, 1840 ; m., in Barrington, R L, June 16, 1872, 

Charles Bcmis Ilarbach (b. Bethel, Vt., December 22, 1839). Children 
(born in Barrington, R. I.): 2128 Henry Franklin, b. September 15, 
1874 ; 2129 Agnes Sophin, b. February 27, 1878. 

2109. vi. Sarah Eliza, b. February 11, 1814; m., in Barrington, R. I., January 1, 

1867, Charles Henry Bowdcn (b. Providence, R. L, February 5, 1846). S. P. 

2110. vii. Samuel Mills, b. July 4, 1846. 

2111. viii. Rachel Ann, b. November 13, 1849. 



2105. WILLIAM BULLOCK (2095 Ebenezer, 2088 Ebenezer, 
2079 Ephraim, 2 Ebenezer, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in Hastings, 
Minn., May 27, 1858, Mary Ann Day (b. Maine, September 1, 1831 ; d. 
Seattle, Wash., October 11, 1891) ; ra., second, in Auburn, Cal., August 
15, 1892, Mrs. Flora Parkhurst Johnson (b. Ludlow, Vt., February 1, 
1864). 

Mr. Tiffany spent his boyhood on the Barrington, R. I., farm, where 
four generations of Tiflanys had lived before him. In 1855 he went to 
the Territory of Minnesota, voting while there to create the new State of 
Minnesota. In 1859, he crossed the plains with oxen to the State of Cali- 
fornia. In 1860, he went to the territory of Utah, now the State of 
Nevada, where his vote helped to create another State, and where he devoted 
his energies to developing the rich mines of the Comstock Lode at Virginia 
City. In 1866, he moved to California, since which time he has been sur- 
veyor and land agent for timber and land companies in Nevada, California 
and Washington. In an article entitled "Among the Summits of the 
Sierras," Mr. Tiffany is thus described by the Reno Weekly Gazette of 
Nevada : 

" Perhaps the one man who knows the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range most intimately, 
from the south range of Lake Tahcc to the Sierra Valley, is the well-known surveyor and 
explorer, William 15. Tiffany, who is as familiar with the most distant and inaccessible 
parts as most men are with their town. Mr. Tiffany is a Rhode Island man and left his 
native State for the wild West, where, in 1859, he settled in Galena, near Washoe City. 
He was one of the first to raise potatoes and other vegetables east of the mountains on 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 139 

desert land by irrigation, and, although laughed at by hit neigh bora, his product was of a 
very superior quality. In April, I860, he discovered the Willow Creek Mine, His wife 
joined him in 1864, and in 1866 the family moved over the line into California and settled 
in Truckee, where up to the present time Mr. Tiffany has been engaged as surveyor and 
explorer for the timber and lumber firms. His busy life has not made him forget the beau- 
ties of nature, and the grandeur of the mountains is as impressive to him as to the most 
enthusiastic tourist. But the years have not brought sunshine only. Beside the little 
mountain home is the grave of his only boy, who was born in White's Canyon the week 
President Lincoln was assassinated." 

CHILDREN. 

9122. L William Hkzekiah, b. Hastings, Minn., July 13, 1859 ; d. there September 
1. 1859. 

2123. ii. Hkzekiah Lincoln, b. White's Canyon, Nevada, April 8, 18C5; d. Ogden, 

Utah, February 18, 1873. 

2124. iii. Mary Frances, b. Truckee, CaL, August 29, 1867 ; d. Auburn, Cal, May 

27, 1884. 

2106. EBENEZER (2*095 Ebenezer, 2088 Ebenezer, 2079 
Ephraim, 2 Ebenezer, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Mansfield, Mass., May 
23, 1865, Harriet Louise Goodwin (b. Norton, Mass., September 27, 
1843). 

Mr. Tiffany was town treasurer for twenty-five years. 

children. 

( All born in Harrington, R. I.) 

2125. i. Geokge Edward, b. February 11, 1867 ; d. March 6, 1868. 

2126. ii. Ekenezer, b. April 7, 1869. To him the author is greatly indebted for his 

untiring efforts in completing this branch of the Tiffany family. 

2127. iii. Jessie Goodwin, b. July 4, 1872. She is a graduate of Brown University. 

2110. SAMUEL MILLS (210G Ebenezer, 2088 Ebenezer, 2079 
Ephraim, 2 Ebenezer, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Barrington, R. I., 
June 4, 1873, Arabella Louisa Peck (b. Barrington, R. I., September 4, 
1845). 

CHILD. 
2130. i. Lena Mills, b. Barrington, R. I., August 6, 1874. 



140 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OP 



CONSIDER TIFFANY BRANCH. 

2, CONSIDER (1 Humphrey). Records are not clear m to which 
of Humphrey Tiffany's sons Consider Tiffany was ; but he was twice mar- 
ried. The name of his first wife is not known ; but the names of some of her 
children have been preserved. The probability is, that he and his brother 
Ephraim Tiffany were the founders of the Tiffany branches, with descend- 
ants now living in Lyme, Hadlyme, Salem, Somers, Hartland and other 
places near these towns. Consider Tiffany married, second, in Lyme, 
Conn., January 23, 1753, Mary Davis. There is little known of Consider 
Tiffany except that he was a landholder and a farmer. A much-mutilated 
deed, which has been preserved, identifies Sergeant Consider Tiffany as 
his eldest son. The deed is dated Lyme, Conn., July 13, 1756. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 

3131. L Consider, b, Lyme, Conn., March 15, 1730 ; d. HartUnd, Conn., June 19, 

1796. 
2133. ii. Daniel, 

9133. ill. Samuil, b, Lyme, Conn., 1740; d. Tomkins, N. Y. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

9134. iv. TIMOTHY, b. Lyme, Conn., November 24, 1755; d. Barkhunt, Mass., 1841. 
2135. t. TiTUS, b. Lyme, Conn,, May 9, 1754. 

2131. CONSIDER (2 Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, in 
Lyme, Conn., Sarah Wilder (b. Lyme, Conn., August 13, 1738; d. Hart- 
land, Conn., November 7, 1818). 

Consider Tiffany lived in Lyme, Conn., until after the birth of his first 
three children. He was a farmer and also carried on a small business as 
storekeeper. At Hartland, where his other children were born, he was 
engaged in the same business, but on a much larger scale. Many interest- 
ing documents of his have been preserved. He was a vigorous man, trans- 
acting a great deal of business and was always careful to enforce his rights. 
He was a member of the Church of England and had little patience with the 
dissenting sects. He was at one time a schoolmaster, and when he entered 
ui>on this work, it is said, it was the first time he had ever been in school ; 
but he was a good teacher, so tradition states, and he was a close student. 
During the Revolutionary War, he was not alone loyal to the English 
church but loyal to the English crown. He was something of an astrono- 
mer, and is said to have calculated an almanac, but no copy of it has been 
found. He was a writer of prose and of poetry. He kept diaries, in 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 141 

which he recorded his daily adventures, one of which covers the period of 
one of the French and Indian wars, in 1756. While this diary is in many 
places illegible, enough has been deciphered to make it of interest. It 
begins on July 28, when the company marched from Lyme, where it was 
recruited, to Wallingford, Conn., a distance of thirty-six miles. Here the 
company lodged at Mr. Cuthbert's. On July 30, the men marched from 
Wallingford to Waterbury, through Chester, and on the 31st to Westbury. 
From this point the diary is as follows : 

Sunday, Aug 1, we marched from Mr. Scott's at Westbury, pnrt of Waterbury, to Gon* 
•ey's on the north pnrt of West-bury, about 9 miles from said Scotts Tavern. After break • 
fast, we marched to Litchfield, and dined at one at Mr. Buclls, about 13 miles from the 
last said Gonseys ; then it being late in the afternoon, we then marched from Mr. Gon- 
seys, one mile and a half to Mr. Waddons, at Goshen. Ye 2nd. day of Aug. we marched 
thence from Mr. Waddons to Goshen to Mr. Shaggucks at Canaan about 9 miles 
from Goshen. We then marched after dinner from Goshen to the west part of 
Canaan, to Mr. Rogers, about 8 miles from said Sedgewicks. We traveled that 
day, about 17 miles, from Waddons to Robbins. Tuesday, ye 3rd day of Aug. 
then marched from said Robbins at Canaan, to Mr. Bcmis't at the "oblongs," 
about 14 miles from Canaan, and dined at said Bcmis's — Then marched after dinner 
from Mr. Bemis's at "Oblongs/' to Mr, Jacob Inker's at Levcningston'a Manner 
about 10 miles from Mr, Be mil's, Wc marched that <hy, fully 24 miles, Wed* 
ncsday Vc 4th day of Aug, we marched from Anthrum's. or the "Manner," to one Mr, 
Church's about 9 miles from Mr, 1 takers, mid went lo breakfast there — then marched 
after breakfast, about 17 miles to Clovcrwuck, and dined at one, Mr—— Sunday i at 
Ifutsons Kivcr. That 4th day, Aug, wc marched 20 miles from Anthrums, Aug, 6, 
1760, we then marched or took water, and sailed from the above said Sunday at Clover* 
wark, into the City of Albany, about 40 miles from Sunday at Clovcrwark, — 40 miles we 
went that day, and the 6th day Aug. the day after I arrived at Albany, I went to see two 
poor criminals executed, which were most shamefully hanged, for the sin of murdur, and 
we continued at Albany, from the 5th day of Aug. to the 22nd day of same instant. Sun* 
day : Ye 22nd day of Aug. was ordered to guard some cannon, and about 40 wagons to 
Fort Edward, and marched that day, to the "Half-Moon," from Albany, fully 12 miles. 
Monday : Ye 23rd day Aug. wc marched with our two cannon, and the al>ove said wag- 
gons, into ye Stillwaters, about 13 miles from the " Half Moon." Tuesday, ye 21th day 
Aug. we then marched from Stillwaters, about 15 miles to Saratoga, and tarried there that 
night, and Wednesday, the 25th, we arrived to Fort Edward, about 16 miles from Sara- 
toga, at a — o'clock in the afternoon. Thursday, we was ordered to guard some waggons 
down to Saratoga, then tarried at Saratoga one day, and the 28th we went down to Scan- 
tccock, about 19 miles from Saratoga and about 4 miles from Stillwaters, and returned up 
to Saratoga again. It being Sunday, the 20th day of Aug. we rested, and refreshed our- 
selves, until Wednesday, the first day of Sept. — then we was ordered to guard Col Burtten 
down to Stillwater, and from there, to Cantcrcock, and I arrived there that night, Aug. 
3rd, returned from Canttercock to Saratoga. Wc rested that day at Saratoga, until the 
8th day of Sept., when wc guarded waggons up to Fort Edward, then returned on the 9th 
down to Saratoga, with the waggons, and the next day was 10th Sept, we went down to 
Canttercock, to guard some mowing men, for about 20 days, for this our order was, 

Saturday : 11th day of Sept. — Saturday, Sent out detail of about 8 men under Sergt. 
Lee, to make somo discovery, but made none. Saturday, yo 19th day of Sept, I was with 



142 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

16 more, tent out towards Hoosuck, for there we was ihot at by about 20, but had none 
killed, but three slightly wounded. Monday : ye 20th day of Sept we returned to Cant* 
tercoek, much beat out by a hard travel, and want of water. Tuesday : 21, we rested at 
Canttercock. Wednesday, I with 25 men, sent up to Saratoga, to make our return to Col. 
Burttn. We arrived there, about o'clock at night, and the next day, we tarried there, 
waiting for orders. Sept. 23rd, I received orders to go down to Stillwater, to guard 98 
waggons down there, then go over the river to Canttercock, to the rest of our company. 

This day, the 25th Sept, and one of our men, was a walking in the fields and saw 
two Indians, making preparations in ye grass, to shoot us, but through Goodness, towards 
us, we espied them before we come in shot of them, and returned as fast as we could to 
our Barracks, and notified our men of ye news, of which our Lieutenant draws off 27 men 
and proceeds after them, but found them not, but we saw tracks of about six Indians, 
where they had gone along that morning, wc followed them, near 7 miles, in the wead and 
small brush. Wc returned back about half-past four in ye afternoon. Sunday, Sept. 26, 
I was this day, commander of the waggon guard, from Canttercock to Stillwater, this day, 
we carried 40 waggon loads to the river. At night, I was taken very poorly. Monday, 
Sept. 27, felt much better than last night. The men seemed to be all overcome with much 
duty, and scarce able any of them, (30) to guard the mowing men. 

Sept. 28, I received a letter from my wife, dated, ye 9th of this present, which rejoiced 
me to hear from her, and of other relatives at home. This afternoon, I was taken with 
the Camp distemper. 29th Sept. I was scarcely able to leave my possock, and grew poor* 
ly apace. Sept. ye last, we all went up to Saratoga, for we had done haying. I was so 
weak, that I went up by water. Friday, Oct. 1st. This day, I felt weaker than yesterday, 
and not able to leave my possock. This second day, in the afternoon, Col. Bueton 
ordered all our men up to Fort Edward, — I being poorly, and could not go with them, 
with six more, was left for weak and sick, and two that was well to take care of us. 3rd 
of Oct. felt some better than for some days past 4th Oct. three of the men died, not long 
from one another. 18th Oct. Dr. Colmer, — Doctor of the 48th Regiment, thought if I 
could get a chance in the waggon, it was best for me to get home, to New England, and 
gave a pass from under his own hand. The 19th Oct. I set out for New England, 
in company with Scrgant Lee, wc rode that day down to Stillwater, and 20th, we got to 
the ** Half Moon," the 21st, This day being Wednesday, wc crossed the river at ye Half 
Moon, to go down on the cast side of ye Ilutson, for fear of a small-pox at Albany. This 
night, we slept between ye mountains, about two miles below — Plain, had like to froze. 
This Thursday, 22nd Oct. I got to Green Bashand, tarried there three days. Monday, 
ye 25th, wc set out to cross the Cantihook wood, but could not get to the Half-way House, 
and was obliged to lie in the woods this night. This day, Tuesday, ye 20th of Oct, we 
had fortun to get a horse, which was to be sold and bought him, giving $3. for him, to 
carry our packs upon, but was so poor, that he could not travel so fast as we could. From 
Tuesday, ye 2Cth day Oct. I omitted to remark, we walked fast until Oct. ye 28th. Nov. 
ye first, we got to Harrcntown. Ye 5th, we got home. Blessed be God, for his goodness 
towards me, in preserving me, in time of danger, and strengthening, to undergo, which 
was to, the eye of reason, beyond my expectation. Amen 1 " 

The following is a letter written in camp by Consider Tiffany to his 
parents : 

Honorable Father and loving Mother, 

My duty to you, and my love to all my brothers and sisters. I take this opportunity to 
let you know, that I and my brother is well, and well contented, all but being absent from 



THE T1FFANYS OF AMERICA. 143 

yon. I write to inform you that Captain Rogers has been out and brought in three 
prisoners, and the Stockbridge Indians has brought in two scalps. We expect to come up 
home this fall, if nothing extraordinary happens. I desire to be remembered, my duty 
to you and my love to all my brothers and friends. No more at present I remain, 

Your dutiful and obedient son, 
Sept. 80, 1756. 



In another part of this diary are several pages of accounts with various 
persons, chiefly for rum, cider and various bottles of milk punch, sold to 
these persons, which lead us to believe that in addition to the store which 
Consider Tiffany ran, many of the accounts of which have been preserved, 
he also sold liquor. 

The following is contained in a small book with diary, and is a list of 
the company of which he was sergeant, and with which he made the afore- 
said campaign, composed of the following : 

Roll of Captain William Lamson's Company ; enlisted for the French and Indian War, 
of 1766. 

Officers : Captain — William Lamson : Lieutenant — Hczckiah Sumner. 

Ensign — Josiah Stanley. Sergeant — Consider Tiffany, Clerk of Company. Sergeant 
— Abijah Lee. 

6. Sergt. William Youngs, Ireland. 

7. Nathaniel Avary, Lyme, Conn. 

8. David Butler, Middletown. 

9. Thomas Miller, Lyme, Ct. 

10. James Pool New London, Ct. 

11. Samuel Comstock, Sayhrook, Ct. 

12. Samuel Cornfield, Sayhrook, Ct. 

13. Josiah Watcrhous'* • . . . . Killingworth, Ct. 

14. Rice Baldwin, Sayhrook, Ct. 

15. Elihu Crocker London, Ct. 

16. John Fletcher Millbrook, Ct. 

17. Josiah Bennett, Lyme, Ct. 

18. Daniel Fargo, Norwich, Ct 

19. Stephen Otis, Lyme, Ct 

20. John Ross Killingworth, Ct 

21. Ichabod Fargo, Norwich, Ct 

22. Ebenezer Miller, Middletown, Ct. 

23. William Dowley Lyme, Ct. 

24. Davis Johnston, Middletown, Ct. 

25. Ambrose Eagelson, Middletown, Ct 

26. Moses Borow, Farmington, Ct 

27. Amos Fox, New London. 

28. Amos Chappie, New London. 

29. John Foster, Middletown, Ct 

30. Nathaniel Ronney, ** *' 

31. Amos Lucas, " " 



144 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

88. Samuel Bailey, . Haddam, Ct 

86. Simon Cone, '• " 

37. Daniel Cyrus, New London, Ct 

38. John Mantauk, Long Island, N. Y. 

39. Joshua Ancom, Lyme, Ct 

40. Joshua Nonesuch, Norwich, Ct 

41. Ishmiel Chockeyfish . New London, Ct 

42. Simon Choychoi, New London, Ct 

43. Joash Hall, Middletown, Ct 

44. Seth Thairs Middletown, Ct 

46. Zachariah Spencer, . . . . . . . . . . . East Haddam, Ct 

46. Joseph Mark, Middletown, Ct 

47. John Hill, Middletown, Ct 

" This Catalogue, or Roll of Muster, is the full and whole of Captain William Lamson't 
officers and men, which was mustered and received at Albany, in Dutchess Co., in ye 
Province of N. Y. this 8th day of Aug. A. D. 1766. 

Sergeant, pr Consider Tiffany. 
Clerk. 

Sergeant Consider Tiffany evidently had some direful experience of the 
charges of the law, for he gave vent to his feelings in the verses which 
follows : 

CONNECTICUT LAW. 

A lawyer's bill of costs you'll see, 
From A. B. C. to N. O. P. 

To giving my advice at first, 

Full forty shillings ; have I must, 
For drawing your complaint, ten more ; 

For writ and summons, give me four. 

For two citations I did give, 

Give mc ten more, or I can't live ; 
And for my travel and my fee, 

Give me l a pounds, deducting three. 

For writing of an evidence, 

Your worship must allow ten pence, 
For answering when you did call, 

Give me one pound or none at all. 

And for my plea of abatement, 

Give me ten shillings and I'm content 
For pleading of the real cause, 

Ten shillings give me, that's your laws. 

For reading you the jury's voice, 

Give mc sixteen pence, and I'll rejoice. 
For making N's account complete, 

Give me eighteen pence, — I wrote one sheet 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA, 14$ 

For O'i account, which I corrected, 

Give me one pound, as I've expected. 
For P's attendance and expense, 

I think 'tis worth two hundred pence. 

His travel is about four mile, 

Allow two shillings for his toil. 
For any attending on this court, 

Give me five pounds for my support. 

And five pounds more, as does appear 

In putting off it, the last year. 
The whole sum total, I receipt, 

Is eighteen pounds, for it I wait 

Besides twelve shillings more I add, 

This bill is small, which makes me mad. 



Consider Tiffany had an extensive library for those times, keeping a 
list of his books. A list of the volumes contained in his library, in 1 788, 
has been found in Consider Tiffany's own writing in a book of sermons. 
The list shows the strong religious turn of his mind. It is printed in full 
as follows : 

1. An exposition of Book to the Ephesians, by D. D. Goodwin. 

2. The Common Prayer Book with the Kubricks and other forms. 

3. The History of England, down to the year 1760, and of each Kings Reign. 

4. The Wars of the Jews and Distruction of the Temple and Nation. 
6. The History of Charles 12th, King of Sweden. 

6. Mr. Strang's Sermon at the Ordination of Mr. Sterling Graves at Hart land. 

7. Mr. Bartholomew's Remarks on the Doings of the Consociation at Wallingford. 

8. Mr. Bolles attempts to confute Dr. Bayles on the First Day, Sabbath. 

9. A Looking Glass for the Presbyterians at New London. 

10. A Brief Account of the Family of Dutartes in South Carolina. 

11. A Narration of Life and Death of John Lewis, who was executed Sept. 29, 
1760. 

12. A plain Address to the Quakers and other Enthusiasts, by Robert Ross. 

13. Mr. Hubbards Narrative of the Indian Wars in New England, 1675 and 1676. 
1 L Stillman's Oration on American Liberty, from Micah 7th. Chapter. 

15. Mr. Andrew's Sermon of Christ's Nativity, preached at Wallingford, Dec 28, 
1708. 

16. Mr. Forward's sermon, at the ordination of Mr. Rufus Hawley, at Farmington. 

17. The History of the Holy Bible, by Donas Graile, M. A. 

18. The History of Christ, and the 12 Apostles, By Mr. Taylor. 

19. The History of Mr. William's Captivity and Return from Canada. 

20. Mr. Trumbull's Plea, in Vindication of Connecticut to Land West of N. Y. 

21. Mr. Fingal ; Canto 1st, 2nd. 3rd. and 4th, by John Trumbull Esqr. 

22. A Narrative of the proceedings against New Hampshire, Grants, by L. Allen. 

23. Dr. Minor's Defense, in favour of Polygamy, his pleas and issue. 



146 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY Ot 

24. Banyan's Pilgrim Progress. 

25. Culman'j English and Latin Sentences for children. 

36. A Mnascript of Diverse subjects, in prose and poetry, by C Tiffany. 

27. A Dialogue between a Presbyterian and his friend, by Mr. Wesley. 

28. Mr. Frothingham's Remarks on Saybrook Platform, Ross, Bartlet & Co. 

29. Tilden's Miscellaneous Poems, on war and other subjects. 

30. Mr. Vict'rs Sermon on Good Friday. 

31. Mr, Vict'rs Fairwell charge, To his Parishiners in 1787, when he removed. 

32. Wonderful Prodigies Discovered, in above 300 histrics, by Robert Burton. 

33. Extracts and proceedings of the First American Congress in 1774. 

34. An Explanation of the Church Catechism, by John Lewis, M. A. 

35. Mr. Romains Discourse on the Benefit of the Holy Spirit in Man &c. 
30. Free Remarks on American Affairs in 1778 to 1780, by Dr. Johnson, 

37. Improvement of Vacancy hours, by Governor Wolcott Esqr. 

38. An Essay upon Repentance to the Last, A good Disciple — 

39. The Duty, and a Mark of Zions' Children, a Funeral Sermon by J. Morhan, 
M. A 

40. Mr. Moss's Election Sermon, May 12, 1715.— 

41. Mr. Hayes Funeral Sermon, by Mr. Mather of Saybrook, Nov. 10, 1729. 

42. Mr. Fith's ordination Sermon, by Mr. Lewis, V. D. M. Dec. 27, 1732. 

43. Nile's Essay on God's wonder working Providence in Taking Cape Britain, in 
1740. 

An Election Sermon, by Mr. Timothy Woodbridge in May, 1727. 

45. Little Children Invited to Jesus Christ, by Mr. Samuel David, A M. in May 
1758. 

46. The History of the Life of Judas Iscariot, the son of Perdition. 

47. History of the King and Cooler. 

48. A New game of Cards — a perpetual Almanack and Prayer Book. 

50. Purgatory Illustrated, by Father Montague Olavery, a Pal'ist priest. 

51. An Answere to Mr. Wadsworth Sermon, by John Rogers, 1721 — 

52. Mr. Victr's Sermon at Hartford, on Roman's 15th Chapter, 4th verse. 

53. A poem on the unsuccessfulness of the British Army, in the late unhappy wars. 

54. The Mariners Compass rectified, By Jones Atkinson — by C. Tiffany. 

55. A manuscript of the most remarkable occurrences, Battles and Settlement in 
America. 

56. A Jewish Sermon, preached at the Synagogue in Newport, in 1773. 

57. A Discourse against the Doctrine of Fate, 

58. A Fast Day, Sermon, July 20, 1775. By S. Andrews, A M. 

59. An Oration on the Death of Dr. Mills, by C. Tiffany. 

60. A Sermon at the Execution of Moses Paul. By Samson Sccom, in 177L 

61. The Most Important Questions Answered, by Mr. Hall A. M. in 1760. 

62. Mr. Marsh's Christmas Sermon, in A D. 1787. 

63. Mr. Romanic's Sermon on Ezekiel, 36th, verses 25-26:27, preached May 19, 1755. 

64. Dr. Falkner's Vindication of Publick form of Prayer. 

After returning from the campaign of 1756 he apparently joined 
another military company, as a document has been preserved, addressed to 
41 ye honorable county court at Hartford to be held ye Olst Tuesday of 
November, 1757." This document is inserted. The company probably 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 147 

bad its headquarters at Preston. An interesting period of Sergeant Con- 
sider Tiffany's life is connected with the Revolutionary War. During the 
War of Independence, some time in 1778, Consider Tiffany was confined 
to his farm in the town of Hartland, Conn., because of his outs|K>kcn 
Toryism. After being confined for fifteen months there, learning that an 
effort was being made for his release, he addressed the following letter to 
the chairman of the committee : 

Mr. Ensign — I understand that the committee are about to release me, being ashamed 
of their depriving me of that liberty they did 15 months ago. 

I can answer the pretended committee that I never did anything that I am sorry for, 
more than that I have done too much in favor of the United States against genuine reason 
and the dictates of concicnce, and the unerring Scriptures, which error I am unfeignedly 
sorry for. I am, and always was a sincere friend of America. But if I had the same 
opinion of the United States as I have of poor Hartland, I should think it my duty to do 
my utmost to have them subdued. Sir, I suppose there may be two reasons that induce 
the committee to release me without my asking them, The first, a guilty conscience for 
abusing me without a cause, the second, to dismiss me so that I can be drafted. But, that be 
as it may this I will assure you, and all men, that I never intend to go into the camps, and 
if I am forced thither, I intend to fight for that side that I think I ought to. I would 
further tell you that I retain the same principles that I had five years ago. Don't mean to 
hurt any man, and am contented to remain in my own business and happy in not seeing 
the face of my implacable enemies. — Therefore please so use your endeavors that I may 
remain happy as I now am, and you will oblige your old friend. 

CONSIDER TIFFANY. 
Hartland, March 8th, 1780. 

During the Revolutionary War, Consider Tiffany kept a diary of the 
events that were passing. On his death he left this diary to his eldest son, 
with the instructions that it was to be transmitted from eldest son to eldest 
son as an heirloom. It is now in the possession of Henry Tiffany, of 
Clyde, Ohio. It forms a valuable contribution to the revolutionary history 
of the country, written, of course, from the Tory standpoint. It is in a 
bad state of decay, and it is to be hoped that the diary will be copied and 
preserved. He had a great contempt for the dissenting church, and it is 
said that a minister of the parish in which he resided said to Consider 
Tiffany one day that it was rather hard for him to have to pay for the sup- 
port of preaching which he never heard. To this the staunch Church of 
England man responded, "It would be much harder to have to hear it." 
Many anecdotes are extant showing his learning and his cleverness. A 
chair still exists which he whittled out with his jackknife, with his name 
and the date elaborately carved on the back. This rugged old farmer and 
scholar, in addition to making his living as a storekeeper and a farmer, 
was a brave soldier, a good churchman, a writer of prose and poetry, and 



148 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OP 

an astronomer. He was one of those characters who rise above their 
fellows, no matter how low their position in life, nor how adverse their 
circumstances. Consider Tiffany's will is a characteristic document, and 
to his great grandson, F. B. Tiffany, the auther of this genealogy is in- 
debted for a complete copy. This copy has been made to correspond with 
the line numbering as written by Consider TifTany himself, and shows the 
erasures and interlineations that are in the original. The spelling and the 
use of capitals has also followed the original. On the back of the will 
appears the following : 

Hartland February 19th 1778 Then Received 

of my father Consider Tiffany the full and whole value of four mulling Cows in whole or 

what Shall be 

in part of my portion, agreeable to A his Lost will and Testament A Received the 

Same to my Cheerful Exceptance and free Satisfaction as witness my hand in the presents 

of Samuel Tiffany Jemima Tiffany 

Jeremiah Crane. 

Following is an exact copy of the will : 
THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF CONSIDER TIFFANY. 

I. In the Name of God Amen, this Seventh Day of february A. D. 1776 
3. I Consider Tiffany of Hartland, in the County of Litchfield and State 

3. of Connecticutt in New England Being in a State of Good Health in Body, 

4. and of perfect mind and memory, Thanks be Given to God therefor and 

5. Therefore calling to mind the mortality of my Body, Knowing that it is 

6. appointed for all men Once to Die, I Do therefore By these presents, make 

7. and ordain this may Last will and testament, that is to Say, principally 

8. and first, I Give and Recommend my Soul to God that Gave it, and my Body to 

9. the Earth, to be Buried in a Decent Christian manner, nothing Doubting but 

10. that I Shall Receive the Same again at the General Resurrection, and as 

II. touching Such worldly Estate wherewith it Hath pleased God to Bless me 

12. with in this world, I Do Give, Demise and Dispose of the Same in the manner 

13. following, Namely ■ 

14. Imprimus — I Give and Bequeath unto Sarah my wife one third part of my 

and Immovable 

15. Improvement of my moveable A Estate (after my debts are paid out of the 

16. Said moveables) as Long as She Remain my widow, ( unmarried) and no Longer 

17. and also one third part of all my houses and Buildings in the township 

18. of Hartland ( meaning the Improvement thereof During her widowhood, as above 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 149 

19. and no Longer Item- — I Give and Bequeath unto my three Sons, Ephriam 

90. Levi and Consider all my Lands that I have now, or shall hereafter have, in 

91. any town or towns, State or States ( Except the Third part of the Improvements as 

92. above to their mother During her widowhood ) to be Equally Divided, in Quantity 

23. and Quality Between them—— Item — I Give to my three Sons above 

24. named my wearing apparrel together with all my utentials for my trade and 
together with my whole Stock 

25. Husbandry A to be Equally Divided Between them — Item — I Give unto 

26. my three Daughters, Jemima, Dorothy and Betty ten pounds to Each, to 

27. Be paid in money, or Cattle, or Sheep at this Rate : three pound for a midling 

28. Cow : Sue pound per score for stock Sheep &c*within two years after my 

Before my Death 

29. Decease, or when Each, or Eitherare of Lawful age if I don't let them have it^ 

the improvement of 
SO. Item I Give A two thirds of my moveables to my Son Ephriam until 

31. Levi Comes of age, and Consider is Seventeen Years old, and if Either of my said 

32. Sons Should Die Heirless then to Devolve to the Sirvivours, or to the 

33. male heir, or heirs of the Living — Item I will and ordain that Each 

34. of My Three Sons above mentioned arc Each one to Bare his Equal part to Support 

her 
36. their mother in her widowhood, with all things for^Comfortable. 

my 

36. Subsistance — Item I Give unto A thrce Sons above named all my money that I 

37. Shall have at my Decease, or is Due at that time unto me, to be Equally Divided 

38. Between them : I Do Likewise appoint my Eldest Sirviving son to be 

this 

39. my Sole Executor to^my last will and testament and Guardccn to all my 

40. Children unto Lawful age ( if any I Leave ) Rattifying this, and no other 

41. to be my Last will and testament — In witness whereof I have hereunto 

42. Set my hand and Seal this Seventh Day of February A. D. 1778 

43. Signed, Scaled, pronouueed, and Declared by 

the Said Consider Tiffany to be his Last will Consider Tiffany 

and testament — In present 
of Samuel Tiffany 

John Austin 

Jeremiah Crane 

N B line 15 the word (and Immovable) was interlined Before Signing. 

N B line 30 the word (the Improvement of) was Done before Signing 

N B Line 25 from the top after the word Husbandry ( together with my whole stock ) 
was interlined before Signing 

also line 29 at the End, the word ( Before my Death and in 

the 39th Line the word (this) was interlined Before Signing—— 



J50 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OP 

CHILDREN. 

1196. i. Jemima, b. Lyme, Coon., October 12, 1756 ; d. Hartland, Conn., July 94, 
1784 ; m,, in Lyme, Conn., May 21, 1778, Ebenezer Crane. Child : 
2151 Aaron, b. Lyme, Conn., March 3, 1781 ; d. Hartland, Conn., October 
3, 1871 ; m. Sybil Atkins (b. October 2, 1785 ; d. West Hartland, Conn., 
January 25, 1873) ; had (a) Dennison, b. August 14, 1804 ; d. May 28, 
1871 ; (b) Aaron ; (c) Austin, b. West Hartland, Conn., January 3, 1807 ; 
d. Goodrich, Mich., October 17, 1850; (d) Susan ; (e) Aurelia Sibley. 

2137. ii. EniRAlM, b. Lyme, Conn., November 8, 1758; d. Barkamstead, Conn., 

April 7, 1818. 

2138. ML Dorothy, b. Hartland, Conn., June 19, 1762; m., December 27, 1781, 

Moses Darbc. They removed to Pennsylvania. A letter of hers is extant, 
addressed to her brother Consider, dated at Kingston, February 17, 1815, 
in which she speaks of a safe journey. This letter is signed by her hue. 
band and herself. 

2139. iv. Levi, b. Hartland, Conn., April 23, 1766; d. Barkamstead, Conn., Novem* 

bcr 20, 1851. 

9140. r. Consider, la Hartland, Conn., March 12, 1769 ; d. there September 4, 1859 ; 

m., 1791, Millie Keescford (l>. March 5, 1772; d. May 10, 1849> 
Children: 2140a Amelia, b., in Hartland, Conn., April 9, 1792; d. 
August 7, 1804; unmarried; 2140n Daniel, b. Hartland, Conn., October 
18, 1795; d. Barkamstead, Conn., January 23, 1878; m., 1824, Sylvia 
Phelps (b. Barkamstead, Conn., 1799 ; d. August 1, 1831 ; had (a) Sarah, 
b. Hartland, Conn., February 2, 1825; d. January 11, 1895; unmarried; 
(b) Oscar, b. Barkamstead, Conn., August 19, 1827. 

9141. vl Betsey Wilder, b. Hartland, Conn., February 25, 1772; d. Bath, O., 

February 16, 1838; m., in Hartland, Conn., Asher Huntley. With her 
husband she left the town of her birth and traveled through New York 
State. Some of her letters from New York State have been preserved, in 
which she tells of her journey through the snow and gives an interesting 
account of bartering for grain and other necessities. That she was very 
• religious is shown by her constant exhortations to her mother and her 

brothers to remain true to the Methodist faith and to prepare for the 
hereafter. Children : 2160 Asher ; m. Phebe Hitchcock (b. Hartland, 
Conn. ; d. June 15, 1838); had (a) Mary L., b. November 10, 1818; (b) 
Nathan N., b. November 30, 1820 ; (c) Leonard, b. October 10, 1823 ; (d) 
Asher, b. March 17, 1825 ; (e) Sarah T., b. October 2, 1827; d. January 
18, 1833 ; (f ) William II., b. July 14 ; d. July 25, 1829 ; (g) Levi A., b. 
October 30, 1830; (h) Sarah, b. October 24, 1833; (i) Chauncey, b. 
August 16, 1835 ; 2167 Betsey ; 2168 Levi ; 2169 Leonard. 

2137. EPHRAIM (2131 Consider, 2 Consider, 1 Humphrey). 
Married, in Hartland, Conn., February 27, 1783, Anna Harger (b. 1758 ; 
d. Barkamstead, Conn., December 17, 1824). 

CHILDREN. 

(All born in Barkamstead, Conn.) 

2152. i. Timothy, b. November, 1783 ; d. Barkamstead, Conn., 1842. 

2153. ii. Joel, b. June 29, 1785; d. Barkamstead, Conn., September 15, 1870. 



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3154. id. Sally. 

2155. far. Ephraim, b. 1792; d. Riverton, Coon., May 15, 1872; m, Polly Howd. 

Children : 2155a Salmon, b. 1814 ; d. January 4, 1857 ; 2155b Clarissa, 
b. 1818; d. August 90, 1895; 2155c Correll, b, 1820; d. November 28, 
1832. 

2156. v. Philomen, b. May, 1801 ; d. Barkamstead, Conn., January 2, 1862. 

2167. vL Russkll, b. 1789 or 1790 ; m. Betsey Hosford of Canaan, Conn. Children : 
2157a Russell H., b. Barkamstead, Conn., January 24, 1812 ; d. Hartford, 
Conn., February 6, 1892; m. Rachel Benjamin ; had (a) Frederick Russell, 
d— ; (b) Frank Benjamin, (c) Albert Hill ; 2157b Angelinc Elizabeth, b. 
Barkamstead, Conn., August 6, 1813 ; d. December 15, 1891 ; m., Novem- 
ber 25, 1833, Albert Hill of Bristol, Conn.; had (a) Jane Augusta, b. June 
28, 1836; d. September 11, 1842; (b) Angelinc Z„ b. May 12, 1841; d. 
May 6, 1868 ; m. Edward M. Mills. 

2158. rii. A Daughter, d. young, of consumption. 

2159. viiL A Daughter, d. young, of consumption. 

2153. JOEL (2137 Ephraim, 2131 Consider, 2 Consider, 1 
Humphrey). Married, in Barkamstead, Conn., 1804-05, Hannah Wilder 
(b. Barkamstead, Conn., January 18, 1783 ; d. there November 20, 1853). 

CHILDREN. 
( All born in Barkamstead, Conn. ) 

2170. i. Anna, b. May, 1806 ; d. September, 1807. 

2171. it Henry, b. September 8, 1807 ; d. Medina, O., September 28, 1864. 

2172. iii. Elijah, b. January 8, 1810 ; d. Nashua, N. H., September 18, 1887. 

2173. ir. Joel, b. September 6, 1812; d. Hinsdale, 111., July, 1893. 

2174. v. James, b. November 6, 1814; m., in Barkamstead, Conn., May, 1839, 

Sophronia Case. Children : 2174a William H., b. Barkamstead, Conn., 
May 2, 1840 ; m. Margaret Case. In August, 1862, he enlisted in the 19lh 
Regiment Connecticut Volunteers. He was honorably discharged from the 
service July 7, 1865 ; 2174b James Byron, b. Barkamstead, Conn., Decern* 
ber 9, 1849 ; d. April, 1883 ; m. Anna Marble ; 2174c Ella J., b. Barkara- 
stead, Conn., June 30, 1831 ; m. February 7, 18G8, Watson Denning of 
Barkamstead, Conn. James Tiffany was judge of the Probate Court of 
Barkamstead, Conn., 1861-62, and town clerk, 1853-55. 

2176. vi. William, b. January 12, 1818 ; d. March 29, 1899. 

2176. vit Ann Wallace, b. December 11, 1819 ; m., in Canton, Conn., November 
24, 1842, Osmund Case ( b. Granby, Conn., December 19, 1813 ; d. Bark- 
amstead, Conn., January 29, 1889). Children : 2199 Wallace, b. Canton, 
Conn., February 19, 1844 ; in., in Barkamstead, Conn., November 9, 1869, 
Sarah E. Talmadge (b. Barkamstead, Conn., November 20, 1842); had 
George Wallace, b. February 2, 1875; 3000 Joel, b. October 12, 1845; 
m., first, in Barkamstead, Conn., October 15, 1867, Adelaide L. Case; m., 
second, in Norwich, Conn., May 1, 1884, Ella Randall; had (by first 
marriage) (a) Leon M., b. Barkamstead, Conn., January, 1869; (b) Ida 
L., b. Bristol, Conn., December 31, 1872; (c) Josie A., b. June 11, 
1874 ; ( d ) Warren, b. July 13, 1877 ; d. October 6, 1880 ; (by second 
marriage) (e) Mabel R., b. October 23, 1885; (f) Joel H., b. June 30, 



152 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

1800; 8001 Nelson, b. Uartland, Conn., August 19, 1847; d. May 
25, 1848; 3002 Anna, b. Hartland, Conn., June 24, 1849; to., in 

Barkamstcad, Conn., December 8, 1869, Monroe Hart; had (all born 
in Barkamstcad, Conn.) (a) George A., b. August 20, 1871 ; (b) Ernest 
M., b. February 24, 1874; (c) Chester, b. September 18, 1877; (d) 
Deloi ()., b. June 8, 1884; 3003 Emma Jane, b. Uartland, Conn., 
April 1, 1851; m., in Barkamstcad, Conn., May 24, 1871, Burton TiiTany, 
her cousin (sec descendants of Levi Tiffany); 3004 George A., killed 
in childhood by an accident at Barkamstead, Conn. ; 3005 Frances, 
m., March 4, 1876, Cromwell C. Gidman ; had (a ) H. Cubossic, b. Bark, 
amstcad, Conn., June 17, 1878; (b)Vernor F., b. Falls Village, Conn., 
July 14, 1883 ; 3006 Julia A., m., October 1, 1890, George Oriatt of Bris- 
tol, Conn.; had (a) Eugene Edward, b. Bristol, Conn., July 13, 1891; 
(b) Lucea Crawford, b. Bristol, Conn., March 17, 1893; 3007 Alice; 
unmarried. 

2177. viii. Hannah, b. November 27, 1823. Unmarried. 

2171. HENRY (2153 Joel, 2137 Ephraim, 2131 Consider, 2 
Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married Lydia Bradford (b. Rowley, Mass., 
September 10, 1810; d. Medina, O., December 25, 1882). 

children. 

2178. L Henry B., b. Granger, O., December 12, 1833. 

2179. ii. Frances Dwight, b. Granger, O., April 19, 1838; d. Obcrlin, O., March 

30, 185a 

2178. HENRY B. (2171 Henry, 2153 Joel, 2137 Ephraim, 2131 
Consider, 2 Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Litchfield, O., 
December 1, 18G4, Elizabeth Nickerson (b. Litchfield, O., January 30, 
1840). 

Mr. Tiffany is the owner of Consider Tiffany's diary, to which refer- 
ence is made elsewhere. 

CHILDREN. 

3008. L Henry A., b. Medina, O., August 27, 1866. * 

3009. ii. George D„ b. Medina, O., April 10, 18G9 ; m., in Clyde, O., December 

25, 1892, Kstellc Robinson. 

3010. Ui. Charles J., b. Clyde, O., February 27, 1871. 

3011. iv. WlLLARD, b. Clyde, O., September 14, 1876, 

3012. v. Frances H., b. Clyde, O., January 9, 1878. 

3013. vi. Florence E., b. Clyde, O., August 25, 1882. 

2172. ELIJAH (2153 Joel, 2137 Ephraim, 2131 Consider, 2 
Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Barkamstead, Conn., 1829, Martha 
Minerva Burwell (b. Barkamstead, Conn., January, 1813; d. there May, 
1849). 




JOEL TIFFANY. 

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THE T1FFANYS OF AMERICA. 153 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Barkamstead, Conn.) 

2180. L Orvilli a, b. May 10, 1841 ; m., in Hartford, Conn., Almira Giddings. 
Child : 3014 Giddings Ballou. On August 20, 18C2, Mr. Tiffany enlisted 
in Company F, 2d Connecticut Artillery, and was promoted to lieutenant. 

9181. ii. Martha Minerva, b. October 22, 1831; m., in Barkamstcad, Conn., Octo. 
ber 22, 1849, Rev. Lemuel Richardson (b. Barkamstcad, Conn., May 20, 
1829). Children: 3015 Mary Minerva, b. August 20, 1855; m„ in Port 
Jefferson, L. I., June 30, 1880, Martin W. Griffin ; 3016 Nellie G., b. 
April 22, 1859; m., July 22, 1890, James J. Butler; 3017 Clara F., b. 
August 25, 1863. 

2182. hi. Margaret, m., in New York City, 1852, Amos Gardner. Children : 3018 

Henry ; 3019 Orville Tiffany ; 3020 Fred O. ; 3021 Frank E.,— lost on 

steamer "City of Columbus," which went down off Gay Head, Mass., 
January 18, 1887. 

2183. ir. Mary E., b. February 17, 1830; m., in Hartford, Conn., 1850, Lorain Gid- 

dings. Children: 2183a Martha M., b. November 11, 1857; d. Novem- 
ber 27, 1857; 2183b Mary G., b. November 11, 1857; d. January 15, 
1808; 2183c Frederick O., b. February 11, 1864; m., May 12, 1880, 
Florence Farnsworth ; 2183d Frank E., b. August 10, 1866; d. January 
18, 1884 ; 2183E Grace G., b. September 17, 1872 ; d. August 22, 1873. 

2173. JOEL (2153 Joel, 2137 Ephraim, 2131 Consider, 2 Con- 
sider, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, October, 1834, Cornelia Maria Tryon 
(b. Bethlehem, Conn., March 4, 1812; d. Gainesville, O., February 23, 
1859) J m., second, in Rochester, N. Y., Margaret Mason. 

In 1831, Mr. Tiffany entered the law office of William G. Williams, 
New Hartford, Conn. The following year he went to Ohio, where he 
resumed the study of law at Medina, and was admitted to the bar in 1834. 
He later gave up his law practice to devote his time to religious matters. 
In 1861 he went to Albany, N. Y., where he published, through W. C. 
Little, a work on " Trusts and Trustees." In 18G3 he published " Practice 
Under the New York Code." He also digested the " New York Justices' 
Court of Appeals Code," which was published. In 18GG-67 he wrote a 
work on "Government and Constitutional I^aw," as applicable to the 
United States and to the several States. He was apj>ointcd by Gov. 
Fenton reporter of the Court of Appeals. During his three years' term 
of office he reported twelve volumes of Court of Appeals rcj>orts, known 
as "Tiffany Records." He was a believer in spiritualism, and one of the 
earliest exponents of that faith. 

children by first marriage. 

2184. i. Mary Louise, b. Medina, O., October 18, 1835; m., October 22, 1857, 

James Van Inwagen. Children (all born in Chicago, III.) : 3022 Richard ; 



154 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

8023 Fred, m,, September 0, 1885, Lucca Irish ; 3024 Louise, m., Septem- 

ber 6, 1885, Whitney Mock ridge ; 3025 James ; 3026 Arthur. 
9185. ii. Amelia Maria, b. Elyria, O., April 15, 1838 ; m. Joseph Warner of 

Tryonville, Pa. Child : 3027 Daniel, b. Hydetown, Pa., m., January 31, 

1893, Lucca Street. 
2188. III. JULIA Saram, b. Elyria, O., July 10, 1843; d. Hydetown, Pa.; m. Truman 

Tryon. Children : 3028 Louisa; in., July 2, 1885, Alfred Whitney Fee; 

3029 Cora, m., 1887, Elmer Archer ; 3030 Bernard. 

2187. iv. Martha Augusta, b. Elyria, O., November 26, 1845; m., September 22, 

1809, Barnett Vernon Humphrey. Children : 3031 Frederick Vernon, b. 
Albany, N. Y. ; m., October, 1892, Lydia Adams ; 3032 William Oliver, b. 
Albany, N. Y. ; d. Chicago, 111. 

2188. r. Ella Henrietta, b. Elyria, O., December 23, 1847; m., June 8, 1876, 

John Bright Page. Children : 3033 Thomas LeRoy, b. Chicago, 111. ; 3034 
Eulalic Bright, b. Hinsdale, 111. 

2189. vi. Harriet Isauelle, b. Little Mountain, O., January 2, 1854. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

FRANCES Lord, m., September 6, 1884, Charles Wilkin. Children : 3035 
Margaret Maurine, b. Oswego, Kan. ; 3036 Josephine Eleanor, b. Hins- 
dale, 111. ; 3037 Frederick, b. Parsons, Kan. 

Lkon Joel, in., June 8, 1884, Helen Graham. Child : 3038 Josephine 
Margaret, b. Monomce, 111. 

NVilder Mason. 

George Steele. 

2175. WILLIAM (2153 Joel, 2137 Ephraim, 2131 Consider, 2 
Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, January 25, 1846, Elizabeth Maria 
Cornish (b. Simsbury, Conn., April 21, 1823). 

Mr. Tiffany is a prominent merchant of Barkamstead, Conn. 

children. 

(AH born in Barkamstead, Conn.) 

2194. L Frances Elizabeth, b. November 22, 1847 ; m., in Barkamstead, Conn., 

November 1, 1871, William F. Taylor. Children (all born in Barkam- 
stead, Conn.) : 3039 Maude Charlotte, b. September 13, 1872 ; 3040 Roger 
William, b. October 25, 1875 ; 3041 Mary Elizabeth, b. August 14, 1877. 

2195. ii. LEVERETT Williams, b. September 21, 1850; m., November 6, 1873, 

Catherine E. Freeman. Children : 3042 Mabel Freeman, b. Canterbury, 
Conn., June 3, 1875 ; d. October 7, 1»*J8 ; 3043 Harold Freeman, b. New 
Hartford, Conn., June 6, 1881 ; d. September 9, 1881 ; 3044 Heleu Free- 
man, b. Winsted, Conn., January 3, 1889; 3045 Margaret Cornish, b. 
Winsted, Conn., November 15, 1891. 

2198. iii. Ellen Jane Torbett, b. December 27, 1855; m., May 6, 1890, Alvin N. 
StewarL 

1197. iv. Mary Edna, b. May 4, 1859; m., in Barkamstead, Conn., November 16, 
1881, Wilbur S. Ailing of New Hartford (b. Oxford, Conn., March 7, 
1859). Children : 3046 Edna Tiffany, b. Barkamstead, Conn., November 



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2193. 


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THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 155 

14, 1883; 3047 Ward Tiffany, b. New Hartford, Conn., June 27, 1887; 
3048 Marion, b. Barkam stead, Conn., December 29, 1889; d. there Janu- 
ary 23, 1891 ; 3048a Sidney Bigelow, b. Norwich, Conn., April 7, 1897 ; 
3048b Elizal>cth Cornish, b. Norwich, Conn., November 18, 1899; d. 
August 13, 1900. 
2198. v. Dwight, b. March 21, 1801 ; m., March 21, 1888, Emeline A. Vosburgh. 
Children (all born in Barkamstcad, Conn.): 3049 Elizabeth Adelia, b. 
February 11, 1889; 3050 Mildred, b. March 15; d. August 30, 1891; 
3051 Ralph, b. June 11, 1893. 

2139. LEVI (2131 Consider, 2 Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, 
first, in Barkamstead, Conn., December 25, 1787, Eunice Whetmore (b. 
Middletown, Conn., October 4, 1766; d. Barkamstead, Conn., March 28, 
1830); m., second, Fanny Slade. 

children. 

2160. L Oliver W., b. Litchfield, Conn., August 2, 1789. 

2161. it Asher, b. Litchfield, Conn., August 21, 1791 ; d. Farmington, N. Y., April 

14, 1871. 

2162. Hi. Consider, b. Barkamstead, Conn., February 5, 1794 ; d. Bristol Centre, 

N. Y., July 2, 1870. 

2163. iv. Levi, b. Barkamstead, Conn., September 4, 1797. He spent most of hit 

life near Augusta, Ga., where he married and had issue, but no records 
have been obtained. 

2164. v. Bkla, b. Barkamstcad, Conn., September 28, 1799 ; d. Blandford, Mast., 

April 1, 1879. 

2165. vi. Chauncey, b. Barkamstcad, Conn., April 7, 1805; d. Barkamstcad, Conn., 

December 25, 1881. 
8165a viL Sally, b. Barkamstead, Conn., April 18, 1807; d. Pittsficld, Mass. 

2161. ASHER (2139 Levi, 2131 Consider, 2 Consider, 1 Humph- 
rey). Married, in Hartford, Conn., March 23, 1813, Hannah H. French 
(b. Hartford, Conn., July 6, 1793; d. East Bloomfield, N. Y., June 11, 
18C6). 

CHILDREN. 

3052. i. Giles, b. Granby, Conn., September 11, 1814 ; m. Eliza A. Dunham. 

Child : 3070 Mary Jane, b. Bristol, N. Y. ; d. Richmond, N. Y. ; m. 
Ulysses Wheeler of Bloomfield, N. Y. 

3053. ii. Levi H., b. Bristol, N. Y., May 22, 1820; m. Betsey Childs. Children: 

3071 George, b. and d. Richmond, N. Y. ; m. Lucretia Kingsbury of 
Bristol, N. Y. ; 3072 Betsey, b. and d. Richmond, N. Y. ; m. Burt Leach 
of Richmond, N. Y.j 3073 Carrie, b. Richmond, N. Y. ; m. Montgomery 
Fisher of Richmond, N. Y. 

3054. iii. Erastus, b. Bristol, N. Y., February 18, 1822; m. Julia Hitchcock. 

Child : 3074 George, b. Bristol, N. Y. ; in. Emma Smith of Manchester, 
N. Y. 

3055. iv. Byron J., b. Bristol, N. Y., July 15, 1824. 



156 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

8066. v. Cordelia, b. Bristol, N. Y., August 5, 1820; <L there March 8, 1892; m. 

David M. Wilder. Children (all born in Bristol, N. Y.): 3079 Oscar; 

8080 Frances ; 3081 Adelaide. 
3007. rt Julia M. # b. Bristol, N. Y., July 13, 1833 ; d. Naples, N. Y., April, 1891 ; 

m. T. A. Mitchell. Children (all born in Bristol, N. Y.) : 3082 I^eroy, m., 

in Richmond, N. Y., Jennie Johnson; 3083 Arthur; 3084 Blanche, d. 

Naples, N. Y. 
8058. viL William, b. Bristol, N. Y., October 7, 1835; m. Triphena Walker. 

Children (all born in Creswcll, Oregon) : 3085 Albert ; 3086 Margaret ; 

3087 Grace. 



3055. BYRON J. (2101 Asher, 2139 Levi, 2131 Consider, 2 
Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Bristol, N. Y., September 10, 
1848, Martha Gillam (b. Brighton, Eng., December 8, 1828). 

CHILDREN. 

8070. t. OftCAR M., b. June 0, 1819; m., in Canandaigua, N. Y., November, 1874, 
Eva Crump. 

3076. ii. Maky E„ b. March 15, 1853 ; d. June 30, 1858. 

3077. iii. Gkktuudb, b. January 14, 1855; in., in Canandaigua, N. Y, October 23, 

1875, Lucian V. Crane. 

3078. iv. Makik II,, b. December 16, 1870. 

2162. CONSIDER (2139 Levi, 2131 Consider, 2 Consider, 1 
Humphrey). Married Roxanna Filer (d. Bristol, N. Y., October 20, 
1865). 

CHILDREN. 

3050. i. Lkstkk, b. February 14, 1816; d. Gowen, Mich., 1888; m. Mary Good- 
rich. Children : 305<Ju Koxana ; 3059c Adeline. 

3059A. ii. Sally, b. South Bristol, N. Y., December 8, 1820; d. there April 8, 1890; 
m. Moses Ingralum (b. South Bristol, N. Y, June 17, 1823). Children : 
3088 Elien, b. South Bristol, N. Y., 1847; m., in Academy Post-office, 
N. Y., 18C7, Irwin Hicks ; 3089 Emma, b. 1849 ; m., 1873, G. F. Smith ; 
3090 William Henry, b. South Bristol, N. Y., 1851 ; 3091 Frank, b. South 
Bristol, N. Y., 1854 ; d. there, January 8, 1892; 3092 George, b. Naples, 
N. Y„ March 11, 1850; m. there, July 4, 1890, Elsie May Tarkcr (b. 
South Bristol, N. V., 1807); had Carrie Bell, b. September 1, 1892; 
8093 Mary Jane, b, Naples, N. Y, 1858; d, October 0, 1893; m. George 
A. Brown; 3093a Carrie Maria, b. April 20, 1802; d, February 23, 
1894. 

3060. iii. CHAUNCKY, b. Naples, N. Y, 1823 ; d. Dayton, O., March 4, 1874. 

3060a. iv. Canimck M., b. 1820; m. Fielder Stetson. 

8061. v. Josei'HINK, b. Naples, N. Y., September 29, 1830 ; m., in Bristol, N. Y., 
July 4, 1848, George Henry Child (b. Bristol Centre, N. Y., December 6, 
1820). Children (all born in Bristol, N. Y.) : 3097 Betsey Jane, b. April 
28, 1849; m., March 25, 1809, William M. Larey ; 3098 Maria Louisa, b. 
January 6, 1851 ; 3099 Lydia Malvina, b. September 6, 1859 ; m., October, 



THE T1FFANYS OF AMERICA. 157 

1871, Edwin M. Decker ; 3100 George Henry, b. May 11, 1854 ; m., in 
Bristol, N. V., October 8, 1880, Alia Wessey ; 3101 William Thomas, b. 
March 22, 1850; 3102 Florence Josephine, b. March 12, 1858; 3103 
Emily Elizabeth, b. November 20, 1859 ; 3104 Orville Erastus, b. March 
2, 1861 ; 3105 Charles Gardner, b. June 9, 1803 ; 3106 Frank Wilder, b. 
July 23, 1875. 

3061a. vi Myron, b. 1832; m. Laurana Jewell. Had four children. 

3061b. vil Lydia Lovica, b. 1834 ; d. 1891 ; m. Cyrus M. Pierce. Had seven 
children. 



3060. CHAUNCEY (2162 Consider, 2139 Levi, 2131 Consider, 
2 Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married Mary Jane Davis (1>. Lewiston, Pa., 
April 1, 1832; d. North Vernon, Ind., July, 1884). 

CHILDREN. 

3094. i. HiEiio Gn.Lis, b. Woostcr, O., August 10, 1851 ; m., in Denver, Col., 

August 5, 1877, Mary Ann Davis (b. England, December 25, 1850). 
Children: 3107 Chauncey, b. Cheyenne, Wyo., September 29, 1878; 3108 
llicro Gillis, b. Cheyenne, Wyo., August 10, 1880 ; 310'J Ira Jay, b. 
Fargo, Dak., September 16, 1883 ; d. there January 30, 1888 ; 3110 Carrie 
May, b. Coopcrstown, Dak., August 9, 1884 ; 3111 Charles Theodore, b. 
Fargo, Dak., September 10, 1888 ; 3112 Nellie Ruth, b. Indianapolis, Ind., 
January 17, 1891. 

3095. ii. Charles, b. Wooster, O., 1853 ; m. in North Vernon, Ind., 1884. 

3096. iii. Mary Elizabeth, b. Piqua, O., October 11, 1857; m., in Covington, Ky., 

1880, Theodore Eiseinan. Children : 3113 Chauncey Van Horn ; 3114 
Gertrude Amelia. 

2164. BELA (2139 Levi, 2131 Consider, 2 Consider, 1 Humph- 
rey). Married, in Barkamstead, Conn., October 24, 1823, Laura Johnson 
(b. Barkamstead, Conn., June 16, 1803). 

children. 

(AH born in Barkamstead, Conn.) 

3062. I Levi Dornin, b. July 9, 1824; m„ in West Stafford, Conn., March 14, 

1852, Huldah Holmes (b. Wort Stafford, Conn,, Novcml>cr 12, 1830). 
Mr, Tiffany was a teacher for several yearn and has l/crn many times a 
church and town officer of JJltndford, Mass. Children ; 3J15 Alice Holme*, 
b. December 18, 1858 ; .m., in Hlandford, Mass,, Octotaf 24, 1884, James P, 
Nye ; 3116 Frances Estella, b. November 21, 1864. 

3063. ii. Jonathan Johnson, b. October 20, 1820. 

3064. Hi. Laura Theresa, b. January 23, 1829; m., in Barkamstead, Conn., Janu- 

ary 14, 1849, Franklin H. Tratt. Children : 3119 Edward Judson, b. New 
Haven, Conn. ; m. Ilattic Gibson ; had Hazel; 3120 Marion Henrietta, b. 
Riverton, Conn.; 3121 Howard A., b. Tolland, Mass.; 3122 Hentley Tiffany, 
b. Tolland, Mass.; m. Elizabeth Boynton ; had (a) Henrietta, (b) Laura. 



158 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

8065. iv, Eunice Whktmokk, b, July 15, 1851 ; m,, In Barkamstead, Conn,, M»y 
6, 1540, Sheldon Snow (b. Springfield, Mas*.} d. South Hadley, Maw., 
March 3, 1841). Children (all !x>rn in South Hadtey, Mass.) : 3123 LIU 
lian J()*epliinc, b, March 10, 1854; m,, in South Hadley, Mass., Decern, 
bcr 28, 1881, Frederick Howard Watson ; had (a) Ellen, (b) Edwin ; 3124 
Clarence Tiffany, b. June 22, 1836 ; unmarried. 

5055. v. Lywa Antoinette, b. July 12, 1833; m., in Barkamitcad, Conn., Febru- 
ary 28, 1851, Oliver Wood of Chatham, Conn. Children (all born in 
PLinville, Conn,): 3125 Franklin, U Scptcmbef 21, 1852; d. May 17, 
1803; 3120 Frederick T., b. December 15, 1850; d. October 30, 1881; 
3127 George E., b, July 10, 1660; m., in Cross Roads, Miss,, June 6, 
1884, Luvenia Cochran (d. Cixms Roads, Miss., October 31, 1888); had 
Cora Edna, b. Mom Point, Mi*s., October G, 1866; 3128 Wallace L., b. 
June 27, 1864; 3129 Edwin D., b. December 21, 1869; m,, in New 
Orleans, La,, February 16, 1891, Maude Irenia Watson (b. Mobile, Ala,, 
Novcmbef 26, 1809) ; had Bertram Oliver, b. Moss Point, Miss., February 
27, 1692, 

5067. vL BBLA BSHTLBT, b. May 27, 1835. 

3008. viL FkANKl.IN OoL'i.D, k June 6, 1837; in., in Westfield, Mas 5 ;., November 21, 
1908, Camilla A. Allan (b. WcstficU, Mass., October 27, 1637). 

3069. viil. Loom is Tilt's, b. June 28, 1839. 



3063. JONATHAN JOHNSON (2164 Bela, 2139 Levi, 2131 
Consider, 2 Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, 1852, Susan Ann Cross 
(b. Blandford, Mass,, October 23, 1827). 

Mr. Tiffany is a farmer at Blandford, Mass. 

CHILDREN, 
(born in blandford, Mais,) 

5117. I Saml'ei. Gkoss, b. October 1, 1855; m., in Tolland, Mass., October 20, 
1885, Ella Bird Granger. Children (born in Blandford, Mass,): 3139 
George Curtis, b. August 2, 1887 ; 3140 Susan Emeline, b. September 5, 
1890. 

3118. li. Laura Bill, b, March 10, 1862. She is a successful school teacher. 



3067. BELA BENTLEY (21G4 Bela, 2139 Levi, 2131 Consider, 
2 Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Monson, Mass., September 14, 
1864, Josephine Moulton (b. Monson, Mass., March 29, 1839; d. Indi- 
ana, Pa., May 19, 1897). 

Mr. Tiffany is a photographer in Indiana, Pa. In July, 1862, he 
enlisted in the Union army, to serve three years. He was in the 36th 
Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers, attached to Burnside's 9th Corps. 
He was wounded at the battle of Cold Harbor, and on July 3, 1865, he 
was honorably discharged from the service. 



8131. 


ii. 


8131 


ill. 


9133, 


it. 


3134 


v. 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 159 

CHILDREN. 

9180. L Mary Louise, b. Monson, Mass., January 28, 1897} ra., in Indiana, Pa., 

October 36, 1893, Elmer \V. Allison. S. P. 
Laura Etta, b. Indiana, Pa., September 24, 1808 ; d. January 25, 1871. 
Herbert Gould, b. Indiana, Pa., July 20, 1872. 
Ruth Moulton, b. Indiana, Pa., August 27, 1874. 
Emma Johnson, b. Indiana, Pa., March 17, 1878 ; m., in Indiana, Pa., 

January 12, 1898, Joseph F. Barnes. 

3135. vi. Paul Bentley, b. Indiana, Pa., April 11, 1885. 

3069. LOOMIS TITUS (2164 Bela, 2139 Levi, 2131 Consider, 
2 Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, in West Granville, Mass., Novem- 
ber 21, 1861, Elizabeth S. Marks (b. Blandford, Mass., March 7, 1840). 

Mr. Tiffany is a farmer at South Hadley, Mass. 

children. 

3136. i. Homer Marks, b. Granville, Mass., October 17, 1806. 

3137. ii. Frank Munro, b. Granville, Mass., December 27, 1868. 

3138. iii. Jessie Whetmore, b. Granby, Mass., May 25, 1873. 

3136. HOMER MARKS (3069 Loomis Titus, 2164 Bela, 2139 
Levi, 2131 Consider, 2 Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Granby, 
Mass., June 30, 1887, Ada Matilda Love (b. Michigan, April 11, 1866). 

children. 

(All born in Granby, Mass. ) 

3141. I Miriam Elizabeth, b. June 11, 1888. 

3142. ii. Roy Loomis, b. February, 1890. 

3143. iii. Lilian Ida, b. February 20, 1891. 

2165. CHAUNCEY (2139 Levi, 2131 Consider, 2 Consider, 1 

Humphrey). Married, in Northfield, Conn., July 6, 1834, Ruth Adeline 

Turner (b. Northfield, Conn., June 24, 1811 ; d. Barkamstead, Conn., 

April 26, 1874). 

children. 

(All born in Barkamstead, Conn.) 

3144. i. Calvin, b. May 18, 1835. 

3145. ii. David, b. April 29, 1838. 

3146. iii. Burton, b. April 26, 1845. 

3147. ir. Fayette Buel, b. October 2, 1848. 

3144. CALVIN (2165 Chauncey, 2139 Levi, 2131 Consider, 2 
Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, first, in Bethlehem, Conn., Septem- 



100 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

ber 14, 1856, Ann Marie Spencer (b. Bethlehem, Conn., June 30, 1837; 
d. Hartford, Conn., February 11, 1879); m., second, in Hartford, Conn., 
September 1, 1888, Ida Mary Hale (b. Virginia, May 19, 1852 ; d. South 
Manchester, Conn., September 1, 1891). 

CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 
(None by second marriage.) 

3148. i. George Levi, b. Barkamstead, Conn., September 16, 1858; tn., in Gran- 

ville, Mass., December 17, 1879, Ella Winchell. 

3149. ii. Timothy Chauncey, b. Barkamstead, Conn., May 2, 1862; m., in Staf- 

ford Springs, Conn., June 6, 1688, Katherine Anna Beckwith (b. Rain- 
bow, Conn., February 1H, 1862). Child : 3163 Ruth Katherine, b. Decem- 
ber 19, 1892. 
8160. Hi. Della Adeline, b. Seneca Falls, N. Y., February 23, 1808; m., July 7, 
1897, Seth W. Coon. Child : Reginald T., b. South Manchester, Vt., Octo- 
ber 30, 1898. 

3145. DAVID (2165 Chauncey, 2139 Levi, 2131 Consider, 2 Con- 
sider, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Barkamstead, Conn., July 27, I860, 
Helen M. Spencer (b. Bethlehem, Conn., Much 14, 1830; d. Barkam- 
stead, Conn., June 9, 1892). 

CHILDREN (TWINS). 

3161. i. Frederick, b. Barkamstead, Conn., August 29, 1867. 

3162. iL Franklin, b. Barkamstead, Conn., August 29, 1867; d. there December 

26, 1867. 

3140. BURTON (2165 Chauncey, 2139 Levi, 2131 Consider, 2 
Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Barkamstead, Conn., May 24, 
1871, Emma Jane Case (b. Hartland, Conn., April 1, 1851). 

CHILDREN. 

(All born in Barkamstead, Conn.) 

EDWARD Burton, b. November 3, 1872 ; d. June 14, 1876. 

Ruth Adeline, b. May 12, 1876. 

Riioda Emei.ine, b. August 27, 1877. 

Frank Bkntley, b. April 23, 1879. 

Martha Alice, b. August 29, 1881. 

Ethel Julia, b. November 1, 1884. 

Edith jANE,b. November 1, 1884; d. February 9, 1885. 

Wallace Case, b. September 23, 1890. 

3147. FAYETTE BUEL (2165 Chauncey, 2139 Levi, 2131 Con- 
sider, 2 Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Waterbury, Conn., April 
27, 1874, Sarah Althea Piatt (b. Wallingford, Conn., June 9, 1845). 



3153. 


i. 


3154. 


ii. 


3155. 


iii. 


3156. 


iv. 


3157. 


v. 


3158. 


vl. 


3159. 


vil. 


3160. 


viii. 




FAYETTE pUEL TIFFANY 

(3147.) 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 161 

Hon. Fayette B. Tiffany acquired his early education at the district 
school in his native town ; entered Amherst College in 1868, where he 
remained until almost the close of his sophomore year, when he was com* 
pellcd to leave his studies because of serious illness. He lived for a time 
in Bristol, Conn., where he engaged in the lumber business. In 1878, he 
moved to Nebraska, where he studied law and was admitted to the bar at 
Brownville, Neb., in 1879. He began the practice o( law at Albion, Boon 
County, Neb., in 1880, and met with much success in his profession. In 
November, 1881, he was elected county judge, and in March, 1883, he was 
appointed district judge by the governor of Nebraska to fill a vacancy, In 
November, 1883, he was elected to the same position for a full term of 
four years, and in 1887 was reelected for another four-years' term. At the 
end of his second term he resumed the practice of law at Omaha, removing 
to Colorado Springs, Col., in 1891, where he has since practiced success- 
fully. His record as a judge is a credit to the Tiffany name. 

CHILDREN. 

3161. L May Berta, b. Bristol, Conn., May 26, 1875, now a teacher at Hcbcr, 

Utah, under the New West Commission. 

3162. ii. Arthur Gates, b. Albion, Neb., July 15, 1880, now a student at Colorado 

College. 

2133. SAMUEL (2 Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, in Lyme, 
Conn., about 1760, Abigail Curtis (b. Connecticut; d. Tomkins, N. Y., 
March, 1820). 

Soon after his marriage, Mr. TilTany moved into New York State, 
fought in the French and Indian War, and subsequently enlisted as a 
continental soldier in the War of the Revolution, It is nihI that he saved 
his Tory brother, Consider, from being [ireised Into service as a soldier in 
the Revolutionary War, Samuel Tilltuty whs a former, 

CHILDREN, 

9142. t, Jkmima, d. Meredith, N. Y„ 1818 j m„ in Wert Meredith, N, Y„ November, 
1825, Keubou Ward, a revolutionary soldier, Children t :i 1 »ir» AJTu, b, M.»y 
97, 17N3 j d. February 28, 1H77 j in., August 30, 1807, William SttUoti (b. 
September 23, 1783 j d. May 4, 1802) j had (a) Caroline, b, June 20, 1808 j 
d. January 12, 1883} (b) Albert, b. January 10, 1810 j (c) Luclnda, b, 
February 4, 1811 } d. June 20, 1815 ; (d) Emcline, b. September 27, 1813 ; 
(e) William, b. April 2, 1810 ; (f) Sophrona, b. November 3, 1817 ; d. 
January 0, 1887 ; (g) Minor, b. January 9, 1821 ; (h) Affa, b. March 31, 
1823 ; (i) Reuben, b. December 29, 1821 ; (j) Allan, b. April 12, 1827 ; d. 
January 25, 1878 ; 31GG Reuben ; 31G7 Jemima, m. Charles Jones ; 3108 
Eda, m. Jacob Delamater ; 31G9 Laura, m. Charles Perigo ; 3170 Samuel ; 
3171 Dorcas, in.— ; 3172 Cynthia, m. Henry RollufT. 



162 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

3148. 1L AZUBA, m. Jared Patchen ( b. Newfield, Conn.). Mr. Patchen, at one time, 
wan a member of the New York Legislature. 

8144 iii. Phebb, b. August 22, 1781 ; d. December 31, 1865 ; m. Nathan S. Stewart 
(b. March 7, 1771 ; d. August 7, 1866). They lived for some time at 
Newfield, Conn., and later went to Ohio, where both died. Children t 
3173 Horace S. ; 3174 Erastus A., d. November 10, 1851 ; 3175 Thomas 
R. ; 3176 Elijah B., m. and had Sophia; 3177 Samuel C, had a son, 
Charles C. ; 3178 Azubann. 

1145. iv. Mary, ra., first, Zcnus Aldridge, by whom she had one son; ra,, second, 
Daniel Whipple of Windsor, Wyoming County, N. Y. Child (by 2d 
marriage) : 3179 Phebe, b. August 9, 1813 ; d. Iowa, December 18, 1846; 
m. Bengraw Shaw ; had (a) Clymeuia, b. Katon, O., February 2, 1834 ; 
(b) Hannah, b. 1835 ; (c) Amy, b. 1838 ; (d) Mary, b. February 5, 1840. 

2146. v. SAMUEL, b. October 21, 1701 ; d. Delaware, N. Y., April 21, 1851. 

2147. vi. Nathaniel Curtis. 

2148. vii, George, b. Litchfield, Conn., May 8, 1776; d. Alamo, Mich., February 13, 

1887. 

9140. viil. Daniel. 

2150. ix. Amy, b. December 8, 1783; d. December 17, 1857; m. Isaac Darrow (b. 
September 11, 1781). Mr. Darrow enlisted in the regular army and was 
probably killed, as nothing was ever heard of him after that time. 
Children : 3211 John TifTany, b. November 17, 1800 ; m., June 4, 1841, 
Cynthia Bruce; lived at Germantown, Wis., and had several children; 
3212 AfTa Ward, b. December 26, 1805 ; d. April 15, 1875 ; m., September 
15, 1829, William R. Berray (b. April 5, 1798) ; had Isaac, b. August 13, 
1831; d. February 4, 1862; 3213 Hannah Meade, b. April 24, 1806; m., 
February 11, 1829, Squire Sherwood (b. September 10, 1802 ; d. July 26, 
1875) ; had (a) Elizabeth Parks, b. July 5, 1830 ; (b) Gilbert Townsend, b. 
February 6, 1832 ; killed in the Civil War, August 21, 1863; (c) Adeline 
M., b. November 16, 1834; d. March 12, 1871 ; (d) Sylvie Mary, b. June 
6, 1838 ; (e) William Wallace, b. March 15, 1841 ; 3214 Mary Cromwell, 
b. May 9, 1808 ; m., November 7, 1849, Elijah Kellar Bangs (d. November 
18, 1877), S. P. ; 3215 Ann Hubbard, b. March 27, 1811; m., June 8, 
1834, William Henry Steel, S. P. ; 3216 Susan Pardee, b. April 11, 1818; 
d. July 24, 1890; m., January 1, 1838, Rev. Everett E. Guild (d. May 13, 
1880 ) ; had Mary Emetine, b. August 12, 1840. 



2146. SAMUEL (2133 Samuel, 2 Consider, 1 Humphrey). Mar- 
ried Mary Sackett. 

CHILDREN. 

3180. i. Samuel, m. Lois Wood of Hamdcn, N. Y. Children: 3217 Isaiah, d.— ; 
3218 Mary, m. William H. Johnson of Oneonta, N. Y. ; 3219 Daniel, m. 
Miss Read ; 3220 Ambrose ; 3221 Benjamin, m., first, Miss Rowland ; sec- 
ond wife's name unknown ; 3222 Ferris ; 3223 Samuel ; 3224 Phebe, m. 
John Miller ; 3225 Julia, m. Hiram Williams ; had (a) John, (b) Austin, 
(c) Ferris. 

8181. ii. Polly, ra. William Dikeman. 

3182. iii. Julia, m. William Edwards. 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 163 

9183. iv. Hannah, b. April 5, 1804 ; d. September 10, 1860 ; m. f January 1, 1834, WaU 
ter C. Peake. Children : 3226 Ira R., b. JanuaryS, 1825 ; d. September 8, 
1890; m., October 20, 1856, Agnes Tompkins, S. P.; 3227 Oliver P., b. 
October 21, 1827; m. , January 29, 1883, Harriet Smith; had (a) Oliver 
Walter, b. November 22, 1884 ; (b) Kate May, b. February 15, 1887 ; 
3228 Lucinda, b. September 17, 1829; m., February 21, 1850, Henry 
Holmes; had (a) Helen N., b. November 11, 1850; (b) Harriet N., b. 
January 22, 1853 ; (c) Henry W., b. June 14, 1857 ; 3229 Andrew A., b. 
October 31, 1831 ; m., first, Jennie Sampson ; m., second, Desire Erwin ; 
had (by second marriage) (a) Jennie, b. 18G2 ; (b) Erwin, b. 1865 ; (c) 
Walter, b. 1867; (d) Burton, b. 1869 ; (e) Clarence, b. 1872 ; 3230 Jane, 
b. November 5, 1833 ; d. April, 1859 ; m., July, 1856, Caleb Chadwick, 
S. P.j 3231 Julia, b. November 3, 1835; m., April 29, 1886, John B. 
Phelps ; had (a) Edwin S., b. September 8, 1857; d. September 6, 1888 ; (b) 
Irving, b. April 25, 1859 ; (c) Florence, b. May 3, 1861 ; (d) William H., 
b. May 7, 1863 ; (e) Georgetta A., b. May 19, 1866 ; (f) Julia A., b. No- 
vember 23, 1879 ; d. May 3, 1880 ; 3232 Mary J., b. December 21, 1837; d. 
November 21, 1874; m., September 27, I860, Theodore Batsford (d. No- 
vember 21, 1874) ; had (a) Cora M., b. January 1, 1802 ; (b) Clifton M., 
b. October 4, 1803; (c) Ida, b. April 2, 1867; (d) Clement, b. June 7, 
1871 ; 3233 Celinda, b. September 14, 1841 ; m., May 12, 1868, George 
Marsden Karby; had (a) Lillie C, b. September 10, 1871 ; (b) George 
Marsden, b. February 20, 1881; 3234 Ellen, b. February 17, 1844; m., 
October 16, 1865, George Maxwell, S. P.; 3235 Electa M., b. March 8, 
1840; m., April 29, 1808, Orin W. Day; had (a) Frank W., b. July 8, 
1870 ; (b) William D., b. November 7, 1871 ; 3230 Walter C, b. May 2, 
1850 ; m., July 0, 1871, Mary Harder ; had (a) Mabel S., b. July 31, 1873 ; 

(b) Letha May, b. November 29, 1877; (c) Evalena, b. November 29, 1877. 

3184, v. Ezekiel, m. Nancy Mclntyre. Children : 3237 Mary, m. Asa Bogart ; 3238 

Pheson; 3239 Martha, m. Anson Thornton ; 3240 Harriet ; 3241 Homer ; 
3242 Robert. 

3185. yL Cei.inda, b. December 2, 1807; d. March 5, 1806 ; m. Ira Peake (b. March 

19, 1800 ; d. February 11, 1885). Children : 3243 Ann Eliza, b. Decem- 
ber 4, 1827; d. May 25, 1878 ; m. Ebcnezer J. Frazer ( b. April 28, 1819) ; 
had (a) Mary, m. Robert Leath ; (b) Elizabeth A., m. David Ballcntinc ; 

(c) Ebenezer B., m. Daisy Fuller; (d) Celinda; (e) Jennie, m. Henry Mid- 
dlemas ; (f ) Emma, m. Guy Shann ; (g) Ella, m. Roland Harlkucrs ; 3244 
Frances, b. October 14, 1829 ; m. James II. Arbuckle ; had Dewitt, d. in 
infancy; 3245 Robert Bruce, b. November 3, 1831; m. Ella R. Ladd (b. 
June 12, 1853); had (a) Celinda, (b) Inez E., (c) Martha A., (d) Nettie 
A., (c) Lottie, (f) Mamie A.; 3240 Warren P., b. July 0, 1833 ; m. Eunice 
Baglcy; had (a) Viah, d. — ; (b) Lillian, d. — } (c) Irving; 3247 Ro«. 
well L., b. June 23, 1830; m. Adclia Robinson ; had (a) Millard F., m. 
Mary Broughton ; (b) Alice R., m. Daniel Countryman; (c) Mary A., m. 
Frederick Wyatt ; (d) Cora R., m. James Randall ; (e) Albert E., m. 
Cora Winters; (f) Dewitt, (g) Eva I., (h) Roland L., (i) Ada M., ( j) 
Charles F.j 3248 Martha A., b. September 20, 1838 ; m. Joshua B. Brandt 
(b. July 22, 1833); had (a) Douglass D., m. Jessie Sawyer; (b) Joshua 
B., d. in infancy ; (c) Heschcll D., d. in infancy ; (d) Albert P., m. Eva 
Allen of Franklin, N. Y.; 3249 Lottie L., b. October 14, 1843; d. — j m. 



Ifl4 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

Daniel S. Brouck ; had Curtis ; 3250 Albert D., b. November 17, 1846 ; m. 
Martha McLaury (b. March 11, 1850; d. March 6, 1883); had (a) Lau- 
rens, b. July 10, 1875; d. March 10, 1876; (b) James M., b. December 
29, 1876; (c) Albert D., b. September 26, 1878; d. February 19, 1882 ; 
(d) Evelyn, b. December 4, 1880; (e) Edwin, b. March 1 ; d. March 2, 
1883. 

3186. vii. Jkfi'ERson, m, Louisa Church. Children : William M., m. Harriet K. 

Hamden ; had 3251 one dau., who m. Robert Glendcnning ; 3252 Henry, 
m. Adelia Dabcock ; had (a) Jessie, (b) Amelia, (c) Ardell, (d) Clarence, 
(c) Frank ; 3253 Sylvanus, m. Mury Stevens, d. some years ago ; had (a) 
Augustus, (b) Ezekicl, (c) Eugene, (d) Marshall, (e) Austin, (f) Syl- 
vanus ; 3251 Avis. 

3187. viii. IIakky Euvvakds, b. June 25, 1819; d. September 14, 1871. 

3188. ix. Ememne, m. John Miller. Children : 3257 James; 3258 John; 3259 George ; 

3200 Marcus ; 3281 Mary ; 32G2 Elida. 

3189. x. Lorenzo, m. Jane Mclntyre. Children : 3263 Adelia, m. Simon Barber ; 

3264 Walter D., d. at the age of 12 ; 3265 Julius. 

3187. HARRY EDWARDS (2146 Samuel, 2133 Samuel, 2 
Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, May 10, 1835, Sally De Goff (b. 
December 10, 1813; d. March 24, 1880). 

CHILDREN. 

325G. L John Harry, b. June 10, 1837 ; m., August, 1870, Manena Morehouse. 
Children; 3266 Harry, b. October, 1871; 3267 Jcanette, b. December 25, 
1876. 

3256, ii. Mary Louisa, I). February 3, 1839 ; in. September 15, 1859, Levi S. Chacc 
(b. January 21, 1837). Children : 3268 Marcie E., b. May 7, 1860; m., 
May, 1890, John Itoret, S. 1\; 8269 Harry Augustus, b. September 23, 
1861; d. March 27, 1M91 ; m., February 16, 1890, Mary Flowers; had 
Myrtle Augusta ; 3270 George D., b. May 16, 1863 ; m., December 25, 
18M9, Maggie Southcrlaiid ; had (a) Vivian, b. May, 1891 ; (b) infant, b. 
April 22, 1892 ; 3271 Helen Odell, b. July 7, 1867 ; m., December 2, 1886, 
Alvin Khiuehart ; had (a) Hazel Chase, b. November 15, 1887 ; (b) How- 
ard Levi, b. January 22, 1891 ; 3272 Herman Levi, b. August 4, 1871. 

2147. NATHANIEL CURTIS (2133 Samuel, 2 Consider, 1 
Humphrey). Married Dcncy Crane of Barkamstead, Conn. 

He lived at one time at Salisbury, Conn., and then moved to Roxbury, 
Conn., where he was one of the pioneers, his daughter Harriet being the 
first white child born in that town. Later, he moved to Hamden and finally 
to Danby, N. Y. 

children. 

3190. i. POLLY, b. Hamden, N. Y., May 1, 1787; m. Joseph Marvin (b. Lansing- 

burg, N. Y., May 1, 1787). Child : 3273 Albert Curtis, b. Walton, N. Y., 
February 4, 1820; m., April 11, 1849, Amarilla C. Stetson (b. December 
17, 1821) ; had (a) Melvin Knox, b. March 8, 1850 ; (b) Ann Amanda, b. 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 1(J5 

March 21, 1851 ; d. March 19, 1852 ; (c) Curtis Tiffany, b. February 25, 
1853 ; d. April 12, 1854 ; (d) Eleanor Augusta, b. March 20, 1856 ; (e) 
Francis Eugene, b. December 4, 1864. 

3191. vl Harriet, b. Roxbury, N. V., March, 1792 ; d., Havana, N. Y., about 1858 ; 

m., in Walton, N. Y., Elisha Williams. Children : 3274 Marinda, b. 1814 ; 
d. August 7, 1881 ; m. James McMillan (d. about 1848); had Marinda, m. 
Eli A. Dunham, Havana, N. Y. ; 3275 Nathaniel Curtis. 

3192. iii. Nathaniel Curtis, m. and had children. 

3193. iv. Dency, b. Hamden, N. Y., September 25, 1795; d. March 24, 1846; m., 

in Ilamdcn, N. Y., 1813, Colonel Thomas Marvin (b. Cambridge, N. Y., 
April 20, 1791 ; d. March 25, 1881), brother of her sinter Polly'* husband, 
Joseph Marvin. Children; 3276 William, b. November 28,1814; d. 
March 30, 1889; m., February 17, 1841, Harriet Eliza Weed (b. January 
2, 1814), S. P. ; 3277 Thomas Edwin, b. September 23, 1816; m., May 

10, 1838, Mary Jane Eells (b. August 29, 1818; ; had (a) Benjamin Thomas 
b. February 22, 1839; killed in the Civil War, June 22, 1862 ; (b) Samuel 
Edwin, b. March 18, 1841 ; d. March 2, 1813 ; (c) Nathan Hanford, b. 
March 22, 1843; (d) Lucius, b. June 18, 1815; d. April 19, 1846; (e) 
Dency Eugenia, b. May 29, 1847 ; (f) Julius Seneca, b. April 22, 1849 ; (g) 
Edward Eclls, b. September 26, 1852 ; d. M iv 29, 1853 ; (h) Mary Aletta, 
b. April 25, 1856 ; (i) Francis Eugene, b. O tober 28, 1857 ; ( j) Lillian, b. 
February 13, 1860 ; d. March 6, 1862 ; (k) William, b. February 13, 1860 ; 
d. August 26, 1860 ; (1) James Root, b. July 18, 1861 ; d. February 8, 
1862 ; (m) Annie Bell, b. May 15, 1863 ; d. September 18, 1863 ; 3278 
Sylvia; 3279 Andrew J., b. December 26, 1819; d. September 17, 1876; 
m., June 11, 1815, Anier J. Weed (b. March 14, 1821); had (a) Thomas 
Corwin, b. January 20, 1859 ; (b) William H., b. January 18, 1861 ; 3280 
Joseph Thomas, b. June 19, 1822 ; m., April 6, 1869, Jennie E. Hall (b. 
September 6, 1845); had Minnie Dency, b. August 23, 1H73 ; 3281 Colonel 
Nathaniel Curtiu, b. March 3, 1826 ; in., November 7, 1850, Julia Ann Fitch 
(b. December 25, 1831) ; had fa) Alice Augusta, b. October 29, 1851 ; (b) 
Eliza Flora, b. October 21, 1855; (c) Julia Fitch, b. June 10, 1858 ; (d) 
Cora Bell, b. July 17, 1865; (c; Nathaniel Curtis, b. May 29, 1867} 
d. October 20, 1869 ; 3282 Frederick Foote, b. February 10, 1828 ; m., 
February 26, 1867, Anna E. Blood (b. May 11, 1819), S. P.; 3283 
Eliza Crane, b. October 5, 1830 ; m., November 9, 1858, Rev. James 
Pierce (b. March 19, 1829; d. 1887); had (a) Mary Metcalf, b. Decem- 
ber 20, 1859 ; (b) Dency Tiffany, b. March 28, 1862 ; (c) Eliza C, b. 
January 6, 1865 ; (d) Annie Shepard, b. March 17, 1868 ; (e) Aimee 
Louis, b. May 9, 1871 ; 3284 Captain Matthew Weed, b. November 18, 
1832; m., October 15, 1864, Isabelle Sinclair (b. March 7, 1836); 
had (a) Elizabeth Sinclair, b. March 20, 1867 ; (li) Mary More, b. October 

11, 1869; (c) Dency Tiffany, b. July 7, 1871 ; d. August 12, 1884; (d) 
Hector Sinclair, b. February 7, 1874; (e) Harry Filch, b. September 30, 
1875. 

3194. ▼. Anson, b. June 2, 1797 ; d. Caroline, N. V., February 27, 1847 ; m., 1819, 

Polly Rich (b. March 22, 1800 ; d. July 8, 1877). Children : 3285 Adclia 
Howland, b. October 27, 1820 ; d. October 18, 1832 ; 3286 Julia Ann, b. 
March 28, 1824 ; d. January 5, 1888; m. Washington Davis (d. 1891) ; had 
(a) Ben Johnson, b. September, 1848 ; (b) Albert Tiffany, b. June 6, 1851 ; 



166 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

(c) George Washington, b. March, 1866 ; d. August, 1881 ; 8287 Caroline 
Amelia, b. February 17, 1826 ; m., March 22, 1856, Townscnd Kinch ; had 

(a ) Anson Tiffany, b. December 26, 1855 ; (b) Hattie Eliza, b. July 8, 
1859 ; 3288 John, b. June 10, 1835, d. November 15, 1888 ; m. Ellen John- 
son ; had Julia Ellen, b. June 25, 1864 ; m. Benjamin Bruce ; 3289 Albert 
Curtis, b. June 19, 1839. 

3195. vi. Betsey, m. — Scott ^Christian name unknown). 

3196. vii. Caroline, b. about 1807-08; d. 1843; m., about 1830, John Brisack (b. 

1790 ; d. 1852). Children : 3290 Sylvia, b. March 21, 1831 ; m. January 
9, 1855, David L. Kellum ; had (a) Clinton Wheeler, b. August 20, 1856 ; 

(b) Grace C, b. September 6, 1858; (c) Thomas Barnes, b. June 21, 
1861 ; d. August 21, 1861 ; (d) Lena Rivers, b. December 25, 1865 ; 3291 
Caroline, b. April 7, 1834; 3292 Cynthia, b. May 15, 1840; m., May 15, 
1861, William Gould ; had (a) Willie C, b. June 4, 1862 ; (b) Carrie E., 
b. May 19, 1865; d. February 19, 1892; (c) Julian W., b. May 2, 1867; 

(d) Hannah E., b. November 28, 1808; d. July 22, 1878; (e) Sylvia E„ 
b. October 31, 1870; (f) Susie B. ( b. September 27, 1872; (g) Grace, b. 
May 29, 1875 ; d. October 15, 1875 ; (h) Lizzie B., b. December 18, 1876 ; 
(I) James Garfield, b. September 17, 1881 ; 3293 Willie, b. 1837 ; d. 1857. 

2148. GEORGE (2133 Samuel, 2 Consider, 1 Humphrey). Mar- 
ried, in Walton, N. Y., September 16, 1794, Mary Mason (b. Ireland; d. 
Ohio, March 16, 1840). 

At the age of sixteen he left Connecticut and went to Delaware County, 
N. Y. ; going in 1832 to Ohio, where he settled in Eagle. 

CHILDREN. 

3198. I. Abigail, b. Hamden, N. Y., 1797; d. Hancock County, O. ; m. Simeon 

Curtil. Children : 3294 Harrison ; 3295 George ; 3296 Miles, ro. Melinda 
Bcmis ; 3297 Hudson, m. Nancy Fabun ; 3298 Mary Jane ; 3299 Oremus ; 

3300 Cornelia, m. — Wheeler (Christian name not known). 

3199. ii. Zti.HlA, b. Hamden, N. Y., 179'J ; d. Eaton, O. ; m. Job Clark. Children : 

3301 Zenas M. ; 3302 Almon, m. Sarah Woodin ; 3303 Luther ; 3304 
Irene, m. Martin Helpman ; 3305 Cordelia, m. Arthur Russell. 

3200. til. Zenas, b. 1801 ; d. Ncwfield, N. V., about 1822. Unmarried. 

3201. Iv. Luther Little, b. Delhi, N. Y., March 23, 1803 ; d. Manston, Wis., Feb- 

ruary 17, 1881 ; m., in Delhi, N. Y., January 1, 1832, Eliza Ward (b. 
Delhi, N. Y., January 10, 1811 ; d. Marston, Wis., November 22, 1880). 
Mr. Tiffany was a clergyman. He went to Wisconsin with his family in 
1854. Children: 3300 Orvillc, b. Eaton, O., May 17, 1833; d. Camp 
Austin, Tex., November 14, 1865; was a member of Company R, Iowa 
Cavalry; 3307 Abigail, b. Marston, Wis., November 12, 1834; d. there 
November 16, 1858; m., August 2, 1853, Dr. William Russell; had (a) 
lone G., b. Arlington, O., June 9, 1854; d. Marston, Wis., January 26, 
1857; (b) Annie E., b. Marston, Wis., August 10, 1855; d. Minneapolis, 
Minn., September 3, 1888; in., in Elroy, Wis., October 20, 1879, Frank 
Long worthy ; (c) Abbic G., b. Marston, Wis., February 7, 1857 ; m. there, 
January 1, 1874, Adix Wake ; 3308 Luther W., b. Findlay, O., May 10, 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 167 

1837 ; A there September 16, 1838 ; 8309 Wellington H., b. Findlay, O., 
July 9, 1843; d. there July 1, 1844 ; 3310 Mary E., b. Findlay, 0., Decem- 
ber 8, 1845 ; m. Harry C. Strong (b. Chautauqua, N. Y., September 23, 
1843) ; had (a) Myrtie L., b. Marston, Wis., June 23, 1876 ; d. there June 
18, 1878 ; (b) Luther Dcios, b. Marston, Wis., July 4, 1880 ; 3311 Harriet 
L., b. Arlington, O., August 2, 1845 ; m., in Findlay, O., July 14, 1865, 
Wallace Thompson, S. P. 

3202. ▼. Janr, b. Delhi, N. Y., April 14, 1805; m. there, first, Reuben Fabun 

(b. Vermont ; d. Findlay, O., November 6, 1839) ; m., second, John Cocn. 
Children : 3312 Calista Jane, b. March 24, 1826; m., December 16, 1885, 
Alpheus Beach ; 3313 Zenas Tiffany, b. September 7, 1827 ; 3314 Chloe 
Susannah, b. March 6, 1829 ; 3315 Reuben Daniel, b. July 11, 1830; m., 
December 12, 1867, Rebecca S« anger; 3316 William Halsey, b. December 
10, 1832 ; 3317 Mary Ann, b. January 14, 1835 ; 3318 Nancy Maria, b. 
May 9, 1837; m., first, March 3, 1860, Daniel Kingery (b. Franklin, O., 
January 20, 1836; d. Neosho Falls, Kansas); m., second, in Crawford 
County, Kansas, October 21, 1882, George J. Cryslcr (b. Adrian, Mich., 
1835); had (by first marriage) (a) Halsey K., b. December 20, 1860; d. 
April 16, 1861 ; (b; Rosctta Jane, b. March 21, 1861 ; d. April 10, 1862 { 
(c) Ma Sclina, b. December 20, 1862; d. Apiil 7, 1870; (d ) Lydia 
ldcllia, b. February 9, 1865; (e) Cyrenia M., d. July 17, 1867; (f) 
Morenie M., b. June 9, 1867 ; d. February 22, 1873 ; (g) Daniel William, 
b. 1871 ; (h) Melissa May, b. May 27, 1874 ; 3319 Harriet Lurcna, b. 
November 16, 1839 ; m., October 2, 1872, Richard Mason Tiffany, son of 
Richard Mason Tiffany. 

3203. vi. Geokge, b. Delhi, N. Y., May 14, 1807; d. I'rovo, Utah, June 21, 1885; 

m. Almira Whipple (b. Sanford, N. Y., June 13, 1810; d. I'rovo, Utah, 
February 14, 1889). Children : 3320 Cynthia Jane, b. Newfield, N. Y„ 
February 11, 1830; d. Nauvoo, 111., October 6, 1847; 3321 Zenas, b. 
Newfield, N. Y., July 31, 1831 ; d. Henderson, III., December, 1845; 3322 
Ira Patchin, b. Eaton, O., February 14, 1835; m., September 23, 1862, 
Mary Ann Davis (b. England, October 4, 1843 ; d. July 21, 1885) ; had (a) 
Ira Davis, b. July 26, 1863; m., in Salem, Utah, October 27, 1883, 
Joannah Hanks; (b) Zenas Williams, b. August 21, 1865 ; (c) Sylva Ann, 
b. November 14, 1867; m., in Springville, Vt., November 5, 1883, William 
Dorcmus ; (d) Cynthia Jane, b. February 27, 1870 ; (e) Mary Elizabeth, b. 
May 22, 1871 ; d. November 5, 1887 ; (f) Almira, b. December 29, 1873 ; 
d. September 22, 1887; (g) Frank li., b. February 29, 1876; d. Octot>cr 
4, 1877 ; (h) Eliia, b. June 30, 1878 ; (i) George H., b. April 17, 1880; (j) 
Albert Henry, b. Novembers, 1882; (k) Ray, b. July 21 ; d. September 
20, 1885; 3323 Loyal Peck, b. Litchfield, O., July 27, 1837 ; 3324 Mary, 
b. Nauvoo, III., December 18, 1847; d. there September 14, 1815; 3325 
Almira Rebecca, b. Gardner Grove, la., August 18, 1847 ; m., in Salt Lake 
City, Utah, October, 1863, Giles Iloldcn ; had (a) Almira, b. August 8, 
1865; d. same year; (b) Kuia H., b. October 21, 1866; m., in Monti, 
Utah, June 4, 1890, Martin L. Bushman ; (c) Giles R., b. December 8, 
1868; d April 4, 1889; (d) George Tiffany, b. May 9, 1871 ; (e) Nellie 
May, b. December 30, 1875 ; ( f ) Burrell, b. June 29, 1876 ; d. March 15, 
1881; (g) I^Roy, b. September 21, 1879; d. February 6, 1881; (h) 
Ivy Lenore, b. May 24, 1882; (i) Mira Dee, b. July 10, 1885; (j and k) 



168 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

Vera and Vera* (twins), b. December 18, 1888 ; Veraa d. same day ; 3326 
George Mason, m., in Salt Lake City, Utah, Sarah Jane York ; 3327 Nelson 
Whipple, m., in Salt Lake City, Utah, December 11, 1879, Nancy M. Bees- 
ley ; had (all born in Provo, Utah) (a) Nelson W., b. September 11, 1880 ; 

(b) Florence, b. April 27, 1882 ; (c) Elathea, b. August 28, 1884 ; (d) Ida 
May, b. November 16, 1888 ; (e) Milton, b. May 8, 1892. 

8204. vii. Lorenzo, b. Hamden, N. Y., 1809; d. there same year. 

3205. viii. KiciiAKD Mason, b. Hamden, N. Y., July 4, 1810; in., first, in Eaton, O., 
1835, Sylvia Ward (b. Tompkins County, N. Y., 1818; d. Sandusky, O., 
December 5, 1838) ; m., second, in Findlay, O., July 21, 1839, Polly Ann 
White (b. Jackson Township, O., July 15, 1824). Children (by first 
marriage) : 3328 Samuel, b. Eaton, O., May 12, 1836; d. Eagle, O., 1838 ; 
3329 Richard Mason, b. Eagle, O., May 10, 1838; m., first, Henrietta, O., 
November 17, 1859, Harriet McDowell (b, Elyria, O., August 7, 1841 ; 
d. Henrietta, O., June 3, 1873) ; m., second, in Benwood, West Va., 
October 2, 1873, Harriet L. Fabun (b. Findlay, O., November 15, 1839; 
d. Girard, Kan., August 19, 1883); m., third, in Girard, Kan., October 
14, 1884, Electa Leonard (b. August 24, 1849) ; during the Civil War Mr. 
Tiffany was a musician in the 103d Ohio Infantry ; had (a) Arthur Lincoln, 
b. August 2, 1860; d. Birmingham, O., February 13, 1864; (b) Charles 
Ellsworth, b. September 23, 1861 ; d. Erie County, O., February 7, 1864; 

(c) Hannah Sylvia, b. January 4, 1863 ; d. Casco, Mich., January 27, 1880 ; 

(d) Herbert Price, b. November 28, 1865; m., in Isle St. George, O., 
February 15, 1890, Stella A. Julien (b. Isle St. George, O., December 14, 
1862); (c) Maurice Richard, b. Henrietta, O., March 7, 1867; m., 
in Girard, Kansas, July 20, 1887, Mollie Cnrbin ; (f) Samuel Joel, b. 
Lowell, Mich., September 23, 1868 ; m., in Girard, Kansas, March 19, 1890, 
Mary Leonard ; (g) Eleanor Jane, b. March 20, 1875 ; (h) Jackson, b. 
Waucsch, O. ; (i) Amy Calista, b. Glenn, Mich., May 28, 1878; (j) Isaac 
Mason, b. Girard, Kansas, April 26, 1887 ; (k) Rebecca Lillian, b. 
Girard, Kansas, January 25, 1891 ; 3330 Enoch, b. Norwalk, O., Septem- 
ber 20; d. September 30, 1842 ; 3331 Harriet Ann, b. Norwalk, O., Feb. 
ruary 16, 1844 ; d. there February 21, 1844 ; 3332 Isaac Augustus, b. 
Norwalk, O., July 4, 1846; d. in Union Hospital, Nashville, Tenn., 
March 26, 1865; 3333 Rebecca Matilda, b. Norwalk, O., May 8, 1849; 
d. Benwood, West Va., December 24, 1879; m., in Birmingham, O., May 
7, 1868, George Bordeaux; had (a) Mary Lizette, b. Benwood, West Va., 
January 4, 1870; (b) Alma Helena, b. Benwood, West Va., June 29, 
1872 ; (c) Elsie Ethel, b. Benwood, West Va., April 23, 1874 ; (d) Edna 
T., b. Clarksville, O., August 1876; (e) Rebecca Matilda, b. Benwood, 
West Va., November 28, 1879; d. there March 6, 1880; 3334 John, b. 
and d. Norwalk, O., 1851. 

3206. ix. Daniel, b. Newfield, N. Y., 1812; m. Betsey Hurd. Children: 3335 
Harlow; 3336 Mary, m. Oliver Brockway ; 3337 Chloe, m. John Curtis; 
3338 Brooks, in. Mary Travers ; 3339 Delavan ; 3340 Irene, m., first,— Wat- 
kins (Christian name not known); in., second, William Yeider ; 3341 Edna. 

8207. x. Maky, b. Newfield, N. Y., 1814 ; m. Ebcnczer Abbey. Child : 3342 Lyman. 

3208. xi. Phkmc, b. Newfield, N. Y., October 24, 1817 ; d. Eagle, O., January, 1850; 
m. John Fabun (b. New York, March 28, 1812 ; d. September 30, 1891). 
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in Ganges, Mich., October 3, 1880, Mary G. Burnip (b. Ohio, August 
3, 1855) ; had (a) Eliza, b. May 22 ; d. August 29, 1881 ; (b) John, b. 
December 7, 1882 ; d. March 15, 1885 ; (c) Susan, b. March 17, 1884 ; 
d. February 2, 1885; (d) Millie, b. December 17, 1885; (e) William, b. 
September 13, 1887 ; d. June 4, 1888 ; (f ) Julia, b. December 1, 1891 ; 
3344 Susan S., b. February 9, 1845; m. Thomas Daily; 3345 Phcbe 
Lenora, b. August 19, 1848 ; d. January 9, 1850 ; 3346 William Hand, b. 
January 13, 1853. 

3209. ail Lurona, b. Ncwncld, N. V., 1818 ; d. Hancock, O 

3210. xiii. Ann, b. Newfield, N. Y., June 4, 1822 ; m., in Hancock County, ()., Novem- 

ber 22, 1846, Samuel W. Gillespie (b. Chillicothe, O., March 11, 1822 ; d. 
October 11, 1881). Children : 3347 Nettie, b. September 10, 1847 ; m., 
in Illinois, August 22, 1871, James Nicholson ; 3348 Joseph S., b. March 
18, 1849; m., in Illinois, March 17, 1881, Florinda Cornprofat ; 3349 
Burrel G., b. February 26, 1851 ; m., in Illinois, October 9, 1876, Dorthca 
King ; 3350 Bruce E., b. April 15, 1852 ; 3351 Samuel S., b. June 20, 1854 ; 
3352 Louie J., b. April 10, 1856; m., in Illinois, August 29, 1872, Samuel 
Davis; 3353 Greeley A., b. March 10, 1859; m., in Kansas, October 18, 
1883, Bessie Cornwell ; 3354 Mary, b. October 31, 1801 ; m., in Kansas, 
June 3, 1885, — Satterthwaite (Christian name unknown); 3355 Nellie, b. 
March 17, 1863 ; m., in Kansas, December 29, 1887, John Turner. 

2134. TIMOTHY. (2 Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married Mary 
Davis. Timothy Tiffany served in the Revolutionary War. In May, 
1775, he enlisted as a private. September 15, 1770, he was taken prisoner 
in New York City and was held until the following March, when he re- 
enlisted at East Heddam, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 
2134a. i. Daniel, b. Hart land, Conn., August 20, 1779 ; d. May 23, 1782. 
2134b. ii. Timothy, b. II art land, Conn., October 8, 1781 ; d. April 27, 1816; m. 

July 1, 1807, Alma (surname unknown). 
2134c. iii. Mary, b. October 23, 1783 ; d. September 12, 1787. 
2134D. iv. Epophroditus, b. April 17, 1787; m., December 1, 1806, Mary Tiffany. 
2134b. v. Asa Davis, b. May 14, 1791 ; d. 1871. 
2134F. vi Mary, 2d, b. February 17, 1793 ; d. March 21, 1854 ; m., October 6, 1813, 

Matthew DeWolf. 

2134E. ASA DAVIS. (2134 Timothy, 2 Consider, 1 Humph- 
rey). Married, January 13, 1814, Abigail Scott. 

CHILDREN. 
2134c. L Abigail, b. May 17, 1815; d. March 31, 1896; m. William P. Coughnet. 
2134H. ii. Asa Scott, b. April 6, 1818 ; d. January 18, 1900. 
21341. iii. Luther, b. October 17, 1820 ; d. in March, 1866. 

2134H. ASA SCOTT. (2134e Asa Davis, 2134 Timothy, 2 Con- 
sider, 1 Humphrey). Married at Johnstown, N. Y., February 22, 1842, 
Christiana Von Coughnet. 



170 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

When Dr. Tiffany was three yean old his father moved to the Adiron- 
dack Mountains. Two years later, his mother died and his father married 
again. Subjected to harsh treatment, the boy, at the age of eleven, went 
out among strangers and found a home with a farmer, where he was kindly 
treated. At eighteen, he went to Albany, where he learned the trade of 
harness making. Three years later, he started in business for himself, and 
from that time worked for no one but himself. In 1844, he began a gro- 
cery business, moving to Rock Island in 1854, and engaged in the same 
business in Davenport, la., two years later. He also conducted a tobacco 
and cigar business in Davenport, which he closed out in 1868. He early 
developed a liking for reading and literature, preferring works on history, 
mechanical arts and medicine. He became greatly interested in geology, 
and after he retired from business he devoted his entire time to this study. 
He made a collection and study of fossils of the paleozoic age, and in 
Davenport he had a larger collection of local fossils than any other private 
collector. He published several pamphlets on the science. In 1878, he 
joined the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and in 
1889, when the Geological Society of America was organized, he became 
a member. He was also a member of the Sons of the Revolution. 

CHILDREN. 

2134;. J. William P., b. May 24, 1846. 

2134k. ii. Catherine Ann, b. May U, 1849; d. July 19, 1890; m., August 27, 

1808, O. W. Richardson. Children : 2134o, Maud Alice, b. October 19, 

1809 ; m., January 9, 1894, R. E. Richardson ; 2134p, Orlo Duane, b. 

April 10, 1872 ; 2134^, Rol>ert Tiffany, b. December 20, 1873 ; m., May 

28, 1890, Nellie A. Rice. 
2134L. iii. HAT I IE M., b. June 10, 1859; m., Septeml>er 1884, George L. Osborne. 

Children : 2131k, Kloisc Cameron, b. in June, 1880 ; 2134s, Robert Scott, 

b. March, 188a 
2134M. iv. Howard Scott, b. March 1, 1803 ; d. August, 1863. 
2134N. v. Luther Scott, b. June 20, 1867. 

2134N. LUTHER SCOTT. (2134h Asa Scott, 2134e Asa 
Davis, 2134 Timothy, 2 Consider, 1 Humphrey). Married, July 9, 
1889, Emma Berry. 

Mr. Tiffany attended the common schools and the Davenport business 
college. After several years of business life he entered the employ of O. 
W. Richardson & Co., Chicago, now the largest carpet house of its kind 
in the United States. January 1, 1897, he was admitted to partnership, 
and now has charge of a large share of the immense business of this firm. 

CHILDREN. 
2134T. i. Ruth, b. January 20, 1894, 
2134u. ii. Ramer Scott, b. June 23, 1806. 
2134v. iii. Robert Lester, b. September 19, 1900. 



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MISCELLANEOUS TIFFANYS. 

Under this head the author has sought to group many bearers of the 
Tiffany name whose descent cannot be traced back to the sons of Humph- 
rey Tiffany, from whom it is supposed all the Tiflanys in America have 
sprung. It is hoped that in including these Tiflanys in the work some 
missing threads may be taken up by a future generation and that the line of 
descent may in each instance be traced. 

In some cases the records were sufficiently exact to leave little question 
of the descent ; but where a doubt existed, it seemed better to classify 
under the miscellaneous chapter, and leave it to future Tiflanys to search 
the records again, and, assisted by the genealogies that are being published 
of late years, to trace every bearer of this honored name back to the 
original ancestor in this country, a man who founded a sturdy, brave, and 
successful race in the New World. 

1. BENJAMIN TIFFANY. Married, in Ireland, Elisabeth Ia- 
mont; came to America with her and his three eldest children. He settled 
in Columbia County, N. Y., at or near Hillsdale, between 1790 and 1795. 
He died there in 1819. 

CHILDREN. 

2. i. William, b. in Ireland. It is related of William Tiffany that he was captured 
when twelve years old by Indians ; but managed, six years later, to escape 
in a canoe, although dressed at the time for his marriage with the daughter 
of a chieftain. 

Mary, b. in Ireland. 

Elizabeth, b. in Ireland. 

Robert, b. Hillsdale, N. Y., 1790 ; d. Westfield, Wis., February 26, 1882. 

Major, b. Austerliu, N. Y., June 23, 1804; d. Litchfield, Mich., 1803. 

Milton. 

5. ROBERT TIFFANY (1 Benjamin). Married, in Hillsdale, 
N. Y., 1821, Sarah Nichols (b. Dutchess County, N. Y.; d. Westfield, 
Wis., July 12, 1882). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Hillsdale, N. Y.) 

8. i. Mary Jane, b. March 10, 1824 ; d. May 11, 1829. 

9. it Alonzo P., b. Decerning 29, 1826 ; d. 1862. 
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11* It. LUCY, b. April 8, 1830 ; m. Cornelius Pearce. Children s 84 Louiu, b. Mar* 

cellui, Wis. ; 25 Marzett ; 26 Pathum ; 97 Pauline E. ; 28 Ferris. 
13. % David Milton, b. February 1, 1833. 

13. vt MARY, b. September 20, 1836; m. William Morgan. Children (born in 

Douglas, Wis.): 31 William j 32 Elmer. 

14. vii. Cornelia, b. December 4, 1836; m. James Brimmer (b. Douglas, Wis.). 

16. viii, Matilda Jane, b. February 27, 1840; m. William Axfbrd. Children (born 
in Douglas Wis.); 33 Abraham ; 34 Minnie. 

9. ALONZO P. (5 Robert, 1 Benjamin). Married Catherine 
Reynolds. 

He was killed about thirteen miles from Washington, D. C, during the 
Civil War. He was a private in the 1st Wisconsin Infantry, and was at the 
two battles of Bull Run. 

children. 

(All born in Columbia, Wis.) 

16. i. Alonzo. 

17. ii. Ellen. 

18. iii. Kate. 

10. MAJOR TIFFANY (5 Robert, 1 Benjamin). Married, in 
Fort Winnebago, Wis., March 25, 1851, Elizabeth Steinhart (b. Kanter- 
hook, N. Y., May 22, 1831 ; d. Mason City, la., November 20, 1881). 

CHILDREN. 

19. i. Delilah, b. February 23, 1857; m. Robert A. Pierce, Jr. Children (all born 

in Mason City, la.) : 35 Flossie ; 36 Frank ; 37 Charles. 
• 20. ii. Mary L., b. November 22, 1859; m. E. R. Bicknell. Child: 38 Marcy, b. 

Raton, N. M. 
Georgia A., b. November 10, 1802 ; m. W. J. Bailey. 
MlKON, b. June 11, 1804 ; d. July 20, 1864. 
Charles David, b. October 5, 1800; m., in Davenport, la., October 13, 1891, 

Clara E. High (b. Davenport, la., February 26, 1800). S. P. 

12. DAVID MILTON TIFFANY (5 Robert, 1 Benjamin). 
Married, in Worcester, Mass., August 20, 1874, Addie R. Knight (b. 
Marlen, N. H.). 

CHILDREN. 

29. i. Fred. L., b. May 20, 1877. 

30. ii JULIEN O., b. December 4, 1879. 

6. MAJOR TIFFANY (1 Benjamin). Married, in Hillsdale, 
N. Y., October 9, 1831, Hepbizah Champion (b. Green River, N. Y., 
1803 ; d. Arcadia, N. Y., August 20, 1853), dau. of Lynde Champion (b. 



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Lyme, Conn., July 9, 1760 ; d. Green River, N. Y., July 13, 1829) and 
Anna Rowland (b. 1766; d. Green River, N. Y., November 9, 1827). 

CHILDREN. 

39. i. Charles Benjamin, b. Austerlitz, N. V., July 31, 1833 ; d. Arcadia, N. Y., 

April 4, 1885 ; m., 18C4, Mary AMrich. Children : 46 Ella R., b. Litchfield, 
Mich., September 4, 1864 ; d. March 14, 1885; m., February 5, 1881, 
Oliver Harkell ; had, (a) Clyde E., b. October 8, 1881 ; (b) Albert A., b. 
March 10, 1885; 47 Minniebel, b. Woodstock, Mich., April 21, 1867; 48 
Charles A., b. North Adamn, Mich., October 19, 1809; 49 Frank Lamont, 
b. North Adams, Mich., April 10, 1874. 

40. H. Ann Eliza, b. Austerlitz, N. V., March 4, 1835 ; m., September 14, 1853, 

Alonzo Smith. Children : 50 Annabel, b. Homer, Mich., Septeml>er 5, 
1801 ; m., November 3, 1880, Mattison B. Wright ; 61 Hepzie Luella, b. 
Homer, Mich., June 24, 18G3 ; 52 Fred., b. Litchfield, Mich., March 4, 
1864; 53 Edward Luellan, b. Litchfield, Mich., April 8, 1873. 

41. iii. Joseph Champion, b. Austerlitz, N. V., January 18, 1837; m., in Litchfield, 

Mich., October 22, 1866, Jennie E. Brown (b. Penn Van, N. Y., August 15, 
1847). Children: 64 Luella S., b. Butler, Mich., September 29, 1867; m., 
April 10, 1890, Lewis Joy Hendrix (b. Newton, Mich., November 26, 18G6); 
56 Francis Leah, b. Columbus, Neb., Septembers, 1869 ; 56 Maud Madeline, 
b. November 11, 1871; 57 Eugene Harold, b. April 3, 1875; 58 Joseph 
Champion, b. March 26, 1877 ; 59 Homer Brown, b. February 4, 1880 ; 60 
Mary Johnson, b. February 8, 1882. 

Evi, b. Arcadia, N. Y., June 28, 1839 ; d. there May 4, 1854. 

Parthenia, b. Arcadia, N. Y., January 31, 1841 ; d. there May 4, 1854. 

Ezra Lamont, b. Arcadia, N. Y., May 17, 1843; m., September 3, 1862, 
Catherine Moorehouse. 
45. viL Mary Antoinette, b. March 17, 1845. Unmarried. 



*1. JOHN TIFFANY. He lived in Massachusetts. Is said to have ^ | 

been a lawyer, and to have had a large practice. He was also interested J 

in iron works and in the puddling of iron. The name of his wife is not « 
known. 

CHILDREN. 

(All born in North Ada ms, M ass.) 
John C, b, December 17, 1770; d. Xenia, O., July 9, 1855. 
David. 
William. 

2. JOHN C. (1 John). Married, first, October 2, 1799, Lydia 
Hurlburt (b. July 10, 1775; d. Walworth, N. Y., May 17, 1852); m., 
second, in Springfield, O., October 6, 1818, Hannah Scott (b. Virginia, 
January 6, 1794; d. Xenia, O., June 12, 1878). 



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Mr. Tiffany was at one time, under President Van Buren, postmaster of 
East Palmyra, N. Y. He was also a recruiting officer in the War of 1812, 
serving two years, three months, and six days, and being honorably dis- 
charged. His second wife drew a pension for his services. Mr. Tiffany 
also held the office of coroner of Morgan Co., Ind. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 

5. i. Ellen, b. December 17, 1800. 

6. it. Abigail A., b. November 2, 1802. 

6a. Hi. Edwin, b. Palmyra, N. Y., September 13, 1804; d. Walworth, N. Y., August 

18, 1866. 
6a. iv. Lyman Hurlburt, b. September 9, 1806 ; d. there, January 24, 1885. 

7. v. John Avery, b. June 4, 1809 ; d. Barnesville, Kan., February 20, 1882. 
7a. vL Luther, b. March 8, 1817. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

8. vli. WILLIAM S„ b. Newport, Ky., March 16, 1819. 

9. viii. David Drown, b. Martinsville, la., March 7, 1821. 

10. ix. Thomas Lee, b. Indiana, December 18, 1823 ; d. Xenia, O., September 27, 

1870. 

11. x. Angelina, b. Indiana, July 14, 1826 ; d. Xenia, O., July 9, 1885. 

12. xi. Isaac Brown, b. Xenia, O., January 19, 1829; d. Dayton, O., December 

12, 1867. 

13. xii. Norman S., b. Ohio, June 8, 1831. Was chief of police in Xenia, O. 

14. xiii. MARTHA, b. Ohio, August 19, 1833 ; d. November 21, 1834, 

15. xiv. Jane A., b. Xenia, O., June 4, 1836 ; d. June 16, 1881. 

16. xv. Joseph T., b. Xenia, O., December 9, 1838. 

5. EDWIN (2 John, 1 John). Married, in Walworth, N. Y., July 
9, 1826, Eunice Green (b. Walworth, N. Y., November 1, 1804; d. there, 
May 25, 1845). 

CHILDREN. 

(All born in Walworth, N. Y.) 

Lyman Hurlburt, b. and d. June 17, 1827. 

Thomas Green, b. November 12, 1828. 

John Avery, b. March 26, 1831 ; d. August 27, 1832. 

Frances Jane, b. April 8, 1834 ; m. Embury Beal. 

George Edwin, b. March 17. 1838. 

Jambs Emory, b. May 18, 1841 ; m. Clara Bailey. 

21. GEORGE EDWIN TIFFANY (5 Edwin, 2 John, 1 John). 
Married, in Indianapolis, Ind., October 23, 1867, Elizabeth Helen 
Smithers (b. New Bethel, Ind., December 31, 1841). 

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October 21, 1861, and was supposed to be mortally wounded, but recovered 
and was sent to Worcester, Mass., on recruiting service. He rejoined his 
regiment in March, 1862, at Alexandria, Va., and went through the Penin- 
sular campaign. After the seven-days' fight he was sent home to die, but 
he recovered and served until mustered out, November 15, 1865. 

CHILDREN. 

23. L John Edwin, b. October 23, 1870. 

24. iL George Emorv, b. March 11, 1873. 

6. LYMAN HURLBURT TIFFANY (2 John, 1 John). Mar- 
ried, September 24, 1832, in East Palmyra, N. Y., Eliza Sherman (b. 
Palmyra, N. Y., February 6, 1814; d. Washington, D. C, January 1, 
1892). 

CHILDREN. 
( All born in Marvin, N. Y.) 

Charles Carroll, b. October 6, 1833 ; d. Palmyra, N. Y., January 11, 1854. 

Mary Eliza, b. October 27, 1835 ; d. Palmyra, N. Y., Dcceml>er 3, 1852. 

Emma Jane, b. August 5, 1838 ; d. Palmyra, N. Y., April 2, 1871. 

By ram C, b. December 25, 1839 ; m., at Charleston, Mo., October 29, 1879, 
Elizabeth Archie Hatcher (b. New Madria, Mo., February 23, 1859), dan. 
of Hon. Robert A. Hatcher, M. C. 1872-1878, and Mary E. Marr. Byram C. 
Tiffany has been connected with the Land Department of the United States 
Government for over twenty years. He was appointed by President Hayes, in 
1880, registrar of the land office at Grand Forks, N. D., reappointed by Presi- 
dent Arthur, 1884, and served till displaced by President Cleveland in 1888. 
The town of Tiffany, North Dakota, was named after him, in 1882 3. Chil- 
dren : 29 Robert Hatcher, b. Palmyra, N. Y., September 13, 1880; d. 
Orange, Cal., September 16, 1888 ; 30 Emma Ruth, b. Grand Forks, N. D., 
July 3, 1884 ; 31 Helen Marr, b. Washington, D. C, May 9, 1889 ; 32 Byram 
Carroll, b. Washington, January 20, 1898. 
29. r. Julia A., b. August 25, 1845 ; d. Marion, N. Y., June 14, 1849. 

7. JOHN AVERY (2 John, 1 John). Married Mary Eliza Hunt 
(b. Lebanon, O., February 17, 1820). 

Mr. Tiffany was a Presbyterian minister, and at one time a member of 
the Kansas legislature; a graduate, in 1833, of the Lane Seminary, Cin- 
cinnati, O. He was associated with Dr. Lyman Beecher, with Henry 
Ward Beecher, and with the Stowes. 

CHILDREN. 

33. i. Eliza Robinson, b. Lawrenceburg, Ind., September 10, 1840; m., April 22, 

1875, Edmund Hurlbut. 

34. ii. Lydia Huri hurt, b. Mount Yernon, Ind., December 30, 1841 ; m., Decem- 

ber 30, 1868, Eliezer Hollis Hooker. Children s 48 Mary Tiffany, b. 



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November 20, 1875 ; <L December 19, 1876 ; 49 Gertrude Hollu, b. August 
0, 1877 ; 60 Miriam Horton, b. April 19, 1881. 

86. ill. LYMAN Hurlhukt, b. Mount Vernon, Ind., June 22, 1848; m., December, 

1879, Alchmena Goultrec. Children : 51 Aven Hunt, b. December 4, 1880 ; 
62 Carrie, b. July 29, 1882 ; 63 Mary, b. August, 1885. 
36. iv. Edwin, b. Mount Vernon, Ind., June 22, 1813 ; m., April 24, 1877, Lydia 
Lemon Jenkfl. Child : 54 Anna, b. January 29, 1882. 

87. v. John, b. Mount Vernon, Ind., November 1, 1846; d. Toronto, Ind., Septem- 

ber 24, 1858. 
38. vi. Catherine, b. Mount Vernon, Ind., November 1, 1846; d. Lawrenceport, 
Ind., May 2, 1848. 

Mary Ellen, b. Lawrenceport, Ind., March 31, 1849. 

Abigail Hunt, b. Lawrenceport, Ind., September 21, 1851; d, there, Sep- 
tember 27, 1854. 

Anna, b. Lawrenceport, Ind., April 3, 1853. 

Thomas Uohinson, b. Kockville, Ind., August 20, 1856; d. Toronto, Ind., 
October 14, 1801. 

George Brown, b, Toronto, Ind., September 10, 1858. 

Aunkr, b. Toronto, Ind., April 8, 1801 ; d. there, September, 1863. 

AVERY, b. Toronto, Ind., April 8, 1801. 

Louisa, b. Toronto, Ind., March 22, 1805. 

Murray, b. Drownville, Kansas, August 8, 1807. 

9. DAVID BROWN (2 John, 1 John). Married, in Xenia, O., 
February 1, 1844, Margaret Catherine Fogelsong (b. Lebanon, O., June 
23, 1825; d. Xenia, O., April 10, 1863). 

Mr. Tiffany was a private in Company A, 74th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 
in the Civil War. 

CHILDREN. 

( All born in Xenia, O. ) 

55. i. John C, b. January 20, 1845 ; m., in Xenia, O., July 4, 1884. Mary Kennedy 

(b. Ballow Parish, County Carlow, Ireland, July 12, 1843). Children (all 

horn in Xenia, O. ) : 63 Owen, b. January 12, 1878; 64 Sallie Harbine, b. 

November 18, 1879 ; 05 John Thomas, b. June 12, 1883 ; 66 Johanna Mar- 

garet, b. July 26 ; d. July 29, 1885. 
Charles Roper, b. 1846 ; d. July 4, 1846. 
George F., b. 1847; d. Novembers, 1876. 
Galatha, b. 1849 ; d. February 16, 1857. 
Harry H., b. September, 1851 ; d. September 16, 1851. 
Edwin Lincoln, b. January 31, 1853 ; m., in Yellow Springs, O., November 

27, 1884, Cora Penncll (b. Yellow Springs, O., 1861). Child: 67 Everett 

Boyd, b. February 28, 1887. 
Eugene, b. 1855 ; d. August 10, 1855. 
Allen Poe, b. March 13, 1858 ; m., 1879, Eugene Losey. Child : 68 George 

Paul, b. Xenia, O., April 25, 1882. 

10. THOMAS LEE (2 John, 1 John). Married, in Xenia, O., 
Elizabeth Bratton (b. Xenia, O., November 17, 1825). 



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Mr. Tiffany wai connected with the Xenia, O., Torchlight for thirty 
years, and at his death he was editor and proprietor of the Xenia Gazette. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Xenia, O.) 

69. i. Albertson Legrande, b. November 21, 1850. 

70. ii. Elizabeth Lulu, b. February 18, 1854 ; d. June 20, 1854. 

71. iil Lura May, b. September 22, 1858 ; m., in Xenia, O., October, 1881, David 

Merritt Wright 

72. iv. Grace Gray, b. June 17, 1801 ; died August 20, 1864. 

73. v. Lizzie, b. May 24, 1864. 

12. ISAAC BROWN (2 John, 1 John). Married Jemima C. 
Riche (b. Virginia, May 7, 1828 ; d. Dayton, O., August 17, 1890). 

CHILDREN. 

74. i. Hannah E., b. Springfield, O., Decembers, 1849; m., in Dayton, O., Feb' 

ruary 15, 1868, W. C. Woods. Children : 80 John Q. Adams, b. Dayton, O., 
November 6, 18G8 ; d. Keutucky, July 13, 1888; 81 Laura A., b. March 30, 
1872 ; d. Cincinnati, O., November 6, 1878. 
75 ii. Sarah A., b. Springfield, O., July 16, 1853 ; m., in Dayton, O., December 29, 
1870, J. J. Leland. Children (all born in Dayton, O. ) : 82 Emma, b. Feb- 
ruary 18, 1872 ; 83 Elles B., b. October 8, 1874 ; d. February 3, 1876 ; 84 
Clarence Albert, b. December 29, 1877 ; 85 Ethel Grace, b. October 14, 1884. 

76. iii. Lara K., b. Springfield, O., November 2, 1855. 

77. it. Albert Rodgers, b. Springfield, O., July 11, 1858; m., in Dayton, O., June 

30, 1891, Ida Christina Bothart (b. Union City, Ind., April 23, 1870). 
Child : 86 Edgar Lewis, b. March 31, 1892. I " '■' * ', 

78. r. Ida May, b. Harbine, O., May 28, 1861 ; m., in Dayton, O., August 15, 1882, 

Jacob Gearhardt. Children (all born in Springfield, O. ) : 87 George S., b. 
May 21, 1883 ; 88 Alice, b. March 24, 1886 ; 89 Paul, b. July 15, 1892. 

79. vi. LlLA B., b. Harbine, O., October 15, 1864 ; d. Dayton, O., July 25, 1869. 

16. JOSEPH T. (2 John, 1 John). Married, in Xenia, O., Jan- 
uary 23, 1860, Maranda A. Bailey (b. Xenia, O., August 23, 1839). 

CHILDREN. 

90. I Jannetta E., b. April 28, 1860; m., in Dayton, O., January 1, 1889, Henry 

Madden. 

91. ii. Josephine M., b. July 11, 1869 ; d. May 20, 1884. 

92. iii. Clark P., b. May 9, 1872. 

93. iv. John B., b. October 7, 1876. 

"* 1. WILLIAM TIFFANY. Born Catskill, N. Y., September 26, 
1787; d. Athens, N. Y., August 25, 1832; m. Sarah Day (b. August 27, % 
1791 ; d. Greene County, N. Y., April, 1859). 



178 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

CHILDREN, 
ft. i. Mary, b. October 26, 1799. 

1 U. Thomas Day, b. Leeds, N. Y., September 8, 1801 ; d. Elm*, N. Y., Septem- 
ber 12, 1800. 
4, Hi. James L., b. May 10, 1804. 
6. iv. John D., b. February 15, 1807. 

6. v. William D., b. February 25, 1809. 

7. vL Sally Ann, b. June 26, 1811 ; d. January 6, 1850 ; m. — Tailor (Christian 

name not known). 

8. vii, Isaac Chancy, b. February, 1812. 

9. viii. Adamnr, b. March 13, 1816; d. March 11, 1890; m. George Norton (d. July 

27, 1890). 

10. ix. Jaked L., b. Athens, N. Y., July 9, 1819; d. Georgetown, D. C, April 6, 

1864. 

11. x. T.AiioN Clark, b. June 22, 1822. 

12. xi. Almira C, b. March 16, 1824 ; d. February 6, 1825. 

3. THOMAS DAY (1 William). Married Susan Boughton (b. 
1803; d. Concord, September 10, 1843). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Wales, Erie County, N. Y.) 

13. L Ann Eliza, d. Concord, Erie County, N. Y., September 2, 1844. 

14. ii. Sally, d. Concord, Erie County, N. Y., August 23, 1844. 

15. iii. Lorinda, d. Concord, Erie County, N. Y., August 20, 1844. 

16. iv. Samantha, m. P. Samson. 

10. JARED L. (1 William). Married Louisa Tanner (b. Stephen- 
town, N. Y., September 17, 1817). 

CHILDREN. 

17. i. Clark E., b. Holland, N. Y., September 20, 1840; m., first, April 23, 1863, 

Amelia Hinds (d. February 2, 1884) ; m., second, June 24, 1890, Emma 
Gundlach. Children (by first marriage): 25 Jared Eugene, b. August 1, 
1868 ; d. May 30, 1870 ; 26 James H., b. April 19, 1871. 

18. ii. Sally S., b. Wales, N. Y., November 26, 1842 ; m., September 19, 1869, 

James Allen. 

19. iii. Adeline E., b. Concord, N. Y., March 29, 1845 ; d. August 29, 1854. 

20. iv. Alice L., b. Wales, N. Y., August 12, 1847; d. April 21, 1851. 

21. v. Mary L., b. Wales, N. Y., September 9, 1849 ; m., March 2, 1873, Albert Hall. 

Children : 27 Lewis, b. August 1, 1874 ; 28 Glenna, b. August 2, 1879 ; 29 
Ora, b. August 6, 1881 ; 30 Laura, b. June 6, 1886. 

22. vi. Charles Jaked, b. Wales, N. Y., June 15, 1852 ; m., December 1, 1876, 

Carrie Allen. 

23. vii. Lona ANN, b. Wales, N. Y., October 7, 1854; m., November 16, 1880, Her- 

bert L. Wagoner. Child : 31 Alice, b. June 4, 1892. 
21 viii. Orra M, b. Wales, N. Y., December 22, 1859 ; m., June 5, 1880 (name not 
known). Children: 82 Leon H., b. December 10, 1882 ; 33 Lottie A., b. 
March 9 ; d. September 16, 1888 ; 34 Wallace R., b. September 13, 1891. 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 179 

11. LABON CLARK (1 William). Married, in RensBelaerville, 
N. Y., October 18, 1842, Mary Ann Hagerdorn (b. Remselaerville, N. Y., 
May 8, 1823. 

CHILDREN. 

35. i. Andrew, b. December 11, 1847 ; m., December 7, 1869, Emily J. Scott 

36. ii. Lucy R., b. July 16, 1859; m., April 27, 1880, Channing Lennon. 

1. WILLIAM WALLACE. Born March 25, 1835; m., in Buf- 
falo, N. Y., November 26, 1860, Agnes J. McPherson (b. Buffalo, N. Y., 
October 18, 1845). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Buffalo, N. Y. ) 

2. L Ellen, b. February 9 ; d. August 13, 1862. 

3. it Emma Gertrude, b. January 19, 1867. 

4. iii. Grace Addeline, b. October 21, 1874 ; d. November 29, 1881. 

5. iv. Ethel Ward, b. March 10, 1885. 

1. LIEUTENANT EBENEZER. Born 1717; d. Salem, Conn., 
February 13, 1799; m. Ruhamah (surname not known; b. 1730; d. 
Salem, Conn., December 15, 1798). 

Mr. Tiffany was a farmer. In October, 1767, he was made lieutenant 
of the new company or trainband in the northeast part of the Town of 
Lyme, 3d Regiment of the Connecticut Colony, by Act of the Assembly. 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Salem, Conn.) 

2. i. Ebenezer, b. 1760 ; d. Salem, Conn., February 15, 1847. 

3. ii. Seth, b. 1771 j d. Salem, Conn., October 18, 1849. 

4. iii, Richard. 

2. EBENEZER (1 Ebenezer). Married Lucretia Corning (b. 1768; 
d. Salem, Conn., February 11, 1826). 

CHILDREN. 

5. i. Richard, b. June 25, 1788 ; d. Salem, Conn., February 29, 1864. 

6. ii. Lucretia, b. April 14, 1792 ; d. Colchester, Conn., January 7, 1883 ; m., in 

Salem, Oliver Sisson. 

7. iii. Charles Ely, b. June 29, 1794 ; d. Lyme, Conn., November 24, 1868. 

8. iv. Elisha Ely, b. August 6, 1796. 

9. v. John Corning, b. January 23, 1799. 

10. vi. Betsy Elizabeth, b. January 31, 1802; d. Lyme, Conn., July 10, 1834; m., 

in Salem, December 19, 1822, Christopher Lee. 

11. vii. Caroline, b. June 26, 1806; m., in Salem, August 15, 1828, Simeon Palmer 

of Stonington, Conn. 

12. viii. William Skth, b. October 10, 1807 ; d. February 15, 1885. 

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5. RICHARD (2 Ebenezer, 1 Ebenezer). Married, in Salem, 
Conn., March 15, 1812, Mary Sisson (b. Rhode Island, March 31, 1788; 
d. Salem, December 17, 1850.) 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Salem, Conn.) 

Oliver Sisson, b. January IS, 1813 ; d. Norwich, Conn., October 37, 1866. 

Francis Henry, b. September 7, 1815. 

Richard Cornino, b. May 3, 1819; d. New London, Conn., August 25, 
1884. 

Charles, b. November 3, 1820 ; d. January 27, 1893. 

Mary Sisson, b. October 10, 1822 ; m., in Salem, Conn., June 11, 1843, Rev. 
Robert C. Mills, D.D. (b. N. Y. City, February 6, 1819). Rev. Robert C. 
Mills' grandfather's name was Abraham Mills, and his wife's name was 
Mtry Goss. He preached at the Baptist church, Colchester, Conn., at the 
time he was married ; afterwards in Chicopee Falls, Mass., and then was 
pastor of a Baptist church in Salem, Mass., for twenty-five years, after which 
he retired and moved to Norton Center, Mass. Children : 19 Robert, b. 
Chicopee Falls, Mass., January 8, 1847 ; m., in Salem, Mass., December 18, 
1872, Elizabeth Ropes Upton (d. Amherst, Mass., September 17, 1876) ; had 
(a) Frederick, b. 1873 ; d. 1879 ; (b) Elizabeth Tiffany, b. 1875 ; 20 Charles 
Mills, b. Salem, Mass., May 19, 1851 ; m., in Boston, Mass.. December 29, 
1886, Sarah Watts ; 21 Mary Slater, b. Salem, Mass., October 21, 1856 ; m., 
April 29, 1880, Frank E. Anderson ; had (a) Raymond M., (b) Carol, (c) 
Donald. 

14. OLIVER SISSON (5 Richard, 2 Ebenezer, 1 Ebenezer). 
Married, in Norwich, Conn., November 24, 183G, Lucy Conklyn Frazier 
(b. March 16, 1817). 

CHILDREN. 

22. i. Ciiari.ks Oliver, b. January 7, 1838; d. September 25, 1864; in., June 29, 

1864, Adelaide Harvey Kimball. S. P. 

23. ii. Mary Eliza, b. March 2, 1840; m., February 20, 1862, James Edward Kit- 

ing of Catskill, N. Y. Children : 25 James William, b. February 6 ; d. 
August, 1803 : 26 Mary Moore, b. August 2, 1864 ; 27 William, b. June 6, 
1866 ; d. August 18, 1807 ; 28 Charles, b. June 15 ; d. September 28, 1868 ; 
29 James Frederick, b. December 10, 1872 ; 30 Samuel Case, b. August 11 ; 
d. December 17, 1874. 

24. iii. Annie Mills, b. May 5, 1849; m., September 21, 1870, Jonathan Crapser of 

Burton, Mich. Children : 31 Charles Tiffany, b. May 27 ; d. August 21, 
1872 ; 32 Mary Meigs, b. June 19, 1873 ; d. February 13, 1876 ; 33 Samuel 
Case, b. January 20, 1878 ; 34 George Meigs, b. March 2, 1881. 

15. FRANCIS HENRY (5 Richard, 2 Ebenezer, 1 Ebenezer). 
Married, first, in Essex, Conn., September 2, 1840, Maria D. Post (d. 
Essex, Conn., January 23, 1859) ; m., second, in Essex, Conn., March, 
1804, Wealthy Maria Buckley (d. Essex, Conn., March, 1890). 



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CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 
(All born in Essex, Conn.) 

35. L Helen An net, b. 1845 ; rn., in Essex, Conn., A. Judson Pratt 

36. ii. Maria Sarah; b. 1848 ; m., in Essex, Conn, Ezra S. Jones. 

37. iii. Henry Francis, b. 1851 ; m., in Meriden, Conn., Ella M. Forbes. Child t 

44 Frank A., b. 1886; drowned at Old Saybrook, Conn,, August 14, 1893. 

16. RICHARD CORNING (5 Richard, 2 Ebenezer, 1 Ebene- 
zer). Married, first, in Salem, Conn., September 14, 1842, Julia Hilli- 
ard, who d. ; m., second, in Essex, Conn., Rebecca Whittemore Pratt 
(b. Essex, Conn., September 14, 1815; d. Pawtucket, R. L, August 22, 

1891). 

children by first marriage. 

(Born in Salem, Conn.) 

38. L Julia Baker, b. July 10, 1843 ; m. Dr. Button. 

39. ii. Lucy Margaret, b. May 3, 1845 ; m. S. S. Wetmore. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 
(All born in New London, Conn.) 

40. Hi. MARY R., b. January 7, 1850; d. January 2, 1853. 

41. iv. Richard S., b. August 7, 1851 ; d. December 22, 1852. 

42. v. Ida Adele, b. April 21, 1854 ; m., June 28, 1889, Orraond Draper. 

43. vi. Emma Allen, b. August 13, 1858. Unmarried. 

17. CHARLES (5 Richard, 2 Ebenezer, 1 Ebenezer). Mar- 
ried, in Salem, Conn., March 16, 1851, Susan Elizabeth Bailey (b. Ledyard, 
Conn., September 25, 1830). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Salem, Conn.) 

45. i. Louisa, b. February 13, 1852 ; d. September 18, 1852. 

46. it Susie Bailey, b. July 27, 1855; m., in Salem, Conn., March 15, 1876, Henry 

Archibald Rogers. 

47. iii. Mary Sisson, b. July 12, 1859 ; m. in Salem, Conn., November 28, 1878, 

William Morgan Sisson. Child : 54 William Morgan, b. East Haddam, Conn., 
February 15, 1884. 

48. iv. Charles Richard, b. December 31, 1867. 

7. CHARLES ELY (2 Ebenezer, 1 Ebenezer). Married, about 
1823, Frances Maria Jewett (b. Lyme, Conn., April 21, 1800; d. there 
April 28, 1890). 

CHILDREN. 
(All born in Vermont.) 

49. L Charles Aurelius, b. April 17, 1824. 

50. it Lucretia, M., b. July 15, 1826; d. Lyme, Conn., 1860; m. John M. Parker. 

Children : 55 Lucretia ; 56 Caroline Selden. 



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51. Hi. George Augustus, b. August 17, 1829 ; m. Mary M. Martin. Children : 

57 Charles Martin ; m., in Lyme, Conn., Adele Banning ; 58 Georgia May; 

tn., in Lyme, Conn., James Raymond Wood. 
69. Iv. Frances Amelia, b. March 9, 1832 ; m., first, Captain S. W. Mather, who 

d. — j m., second, Mr. Shailer. Children: 59 Frances Amelia, m. James S. 

Berden ; 60 Kate, m. Charles S. Hubbard. 
68. v. David Jkwktt, b. October 16, 1836; m., in New London, Conn., December 

12, 1868, Fannie L. Cavarly. Children : 61 Lizzie Cavarly, b. May 1, 1869 ; 

d. May 1, 1887 ; 62 John Jewett, b. March 23, 1872 ; 63 Jennie Cavarly, b. 

December 14, 1874. 

12. WILLIAM SETH (2 Ebenezer, 1 Ebenezer). Married, 
first, in Williston, Vt., Mary Atwater (d. 1834) ; m., second, in Salem, 
Conn., Maria Margaret De Wolf (d. February 15, 1885). 

CHILD BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 

64. 1. Marion A, b. Williston, Vt., August 7, 1832; m., June 2, 1850, LudwigF. 

Crocker (b. New London, Conn., April 30, 1826; d. there January 18, 1887). 
Child ; 70 Lucy M., b. March 2, 1870. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

65. ii. MARTHA Maria, b. Salem, Conn. ; tn., in New London, Conn., October 9, 

1871, George Prest, Jr. (b. Lancashire, England). 

66. iii. Allen, b. Salem, Conn., August 25, 1843; m., November 29, 1871, Ann E. 

Stanton. Child : 79 Martha Elizabeth, b. September 1, 1889. 

67. iv. Ellen, m., in New London, Conn., November 27, 1863, Joshua J. Enos (b. 

Rochester, N. Y., June 4, 1839). Children : 72 Everett J., b. Salem, Conn., 
April 24, 1862 ; m., in Worcester, Mass., January 22, 1890, Annie Kennedy ; 
73 William H., b. Norwich, Conn., March 10, 1867; m., in Ledyard, Conn., 
November 4, 1890, Laura E. Stanton ; 74 Mamie, b. Norwich, Conn., June 
29, 1874. 

68. v. John Fuller. 

69. vi. Joseph F„ b. Salem, Conn., April 25, 1848; d. August 8, 1870. 

3. SETH (1 Ebenezer). Married, first, Eunice (surname not 
known; b. 1779; d. November 2, 1813); m., second, Nancy (surname 
not known ; b. 1792; d. March 31, 1866). 

children. 

(Born in Salem, Conn.) 

75. i. Alfred Ely, b. February 27, 1807; d. April 27, 1879; m., May 29, 1839, 

Mary Fitch Strickland ( b. October 19, 1817 ; d. November 13, 1886). 

76. ii. Francis H., b. November, 1813 ; d. August 22, 1814. 

1. DANIEL. Born Lyme, Conn., September 10, 1768 ; d. Bethany, 
N. Y., August 1, 1855; m., first, Zeruah Labode (d. 1815); m., second, 
in Bergen, N. Y., Prudence Whiting (b. New York, 1800; d. Bethany, 
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Daniel Tiffany may have been the second son of Consider Tiffany ; 
but, as his origin is not clear, he is classed with the Miscellaneous Tiffanys. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 

3. i. Clara, b. 1797; d. Ohio; m., in Scipio, N. Y., Nathan Spicer. 

3. iL Valentine, b. 1799; <L Sugar Grove, Pa.; m. Draxey Jackson. Children: 

16 Polly ; 17 Sarah ; 18 Electa ; 19 Ezra ; 20 William ; 21 Eliza. 

4. Hi. Lurana, b. 1801 ; d. Leslie, Mich., 1858 ; m., first, Samuel Tillotson of 

Batavia, N. Y. (d. Stafford, N. Y., 1831); m., second, Joel Morse of Staf- 
ford, N. Y. (d. 1859). Children: 22 Jane, b. Byron, N. Y., 1824; d. 
1865 ; m. George King of Stafford, N. Y. ; 23 Jackson, b. Byron, N. Y., 
1826; d. Michigan, 1889; m., 1850, Cordelia Bannister; had (a) Ellen, (b) 
Volin; 24 James, b. Byron, N. Y., 1828, m., in Leslie, Mich., 1863, 
Letitia Trefry ; had (a) Lone, (b) Floyd, (c) Flora, (d) Frances, (e) Charles ; 
25 Samuel, b. Byron, N. Y., 1831 ; m. Anna King, had three sons ; 26 Han- 
nah Morse, b. Stafford, N. Y., 1838; d. Dansville, Mich., 1869; m., first, 
James Sabine (d. in the army during the Civil War); m., second, Elias Smith 
of Michigan ; had Susanah, d. unmarried. 
6. iv. Zeruah, b. Scipio, N. Y., June 20, 1803 ; m., July 3, 1825, Lothrup Farnham. 
Children: 27 Stephen Lothrup, b. April 12, 1820; in. three times, had five 
children; 28 William Daniel, b. Bergen, N. Y., August 28, 1827; d. there, 
June 19, 1849, unmarried ; 29 Mary E., b. Bergen, N. Y., April 8, 1830; m., 
May 1, 1850, Hiram Thompson ; had one son ; 30, Lorinda, b. Bergen, 
N. Y., February 17, 1833 ; m., first, July 26, 1852, Cromwell Ames ; m., 
second, June 29, 1872, John Williams; had (a) Learaan C, (b) Ames ; 31 
Joseph N., b. Bergen, N. Y., July 27, 1835; d. January 8, 1893; m. January 
1, 1867; had two sons; 32, Lora Louise, b. Bergen, N. Y., September 29, 
1837 ; 33 Orra Lovina, b. Bergen, N. Y., September 29, 1837 ; m., Decern- 
ber 2, 1877, Homer Seely ; 34 Zeruah Jane, b. Bergen, N. Y., February 3, 
1841 ; m., March 21, 1869, Austin Hollister. 

6. ▼. Curtis, b. Scipio, N. Y., 1805; d. Sheffield, O., February 10, 1884; m. 

Diana Thair (d. Sheffield, O., April 10, 1884). Children: 35 Daniel, b. 
Ohio ; m. — ; had three children ; 36 George, b. Ohio ; d. in army during 
the Civil War, while on secret service under General Grant, unmarried ; 37 
Reilly, b. Ohio, unmarried; 38 Albert, b. Ohio, 1850; m., 1881, Mrs. 
Minnie Hamilton ; 39 Martha, b. Ohio, 1852 ; m. Albert Newbre ; had (a) 
John, (b) Diana. 

7. ri. Affa, b. Scipio, N. Y., 1807 ; d. 1884 ; m., first, John Newbre of Bergen, 

N. Y.j m., second, 1852, Lewis Keith of Stockton, N. Y. Children: 40 
Leonard, b. Stockton, N. Y. ; d. in infancy; 41 Valina, b. Stockton, N. Y.; 
d. Ohio ; m. Isaac Dalrymple; had three children ; 42 Albert, b. Stockton, 
N. Y. ; d. Michigan; m. Martha Tiffany; had three children ; 43 Polly, b. 
Crawford, Pa., 1840; m., in Stockton, N. Y., 1863, Fay Ellis; had three 
children. 

8. yii. Azubah, b. Scipio, N. Y., 1809 ; d. Ashtabula, O., 1844 ; m. Charles Curtis. 

Children : 44 Amanda, b. Sheffield, O., 1832; m., 1849, Julian Gage; had 
three children ; 45 Amy Ann, b. Ohio ; d. unmarried ; 46 Oliver, b. Ohio ; 
47 Roxana, b. Ohio ; 48 Charles, b. Ohio, married. 

9. tHL Harriet, b. Scipio, N. Y, 1811; d. Jackson, Mich. ; m. Charles Bellesfield 

of Le Roy, N. Y. ; had two daughters. 



184 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OP 

10. is. Valina, b. Scipio, N. V., July 4, 1814 ; deceased ; m., in Bergen, N. Y., 

April 18, 1837, Oliver Campbell (b. Becket, Mass., January 28, 1794> 
Children : 49 Martin Richard, b. Stafford, N. Y., Jane 24, 1842 ; m., in 
Fairfield, Mich., 1870, Naomi Hubbell (b. July 13, 1848); had (a) Nelly 
Agnes, b. Middlebury, Mich., September 23, 1874; m., 1806, Bert H. Estes; 
(b) Marshall William, b. Middlebury, Mich., July 7, 1884; 50 Martha Jane, 
b. Stafford, N. Y., April 15, 1844; m., December 21, 1865, George D. Main 
(b. Clarendon, N. Y., January 10, 1844 ) ; had Henrietta Justine, b. Fairfield, 
Mich., September 15, 1806 ; m. there, September 17, 1887, William Killian ; 
61 Marshall Walter, b. Stafford, N. Y, December 11, 1845; m., in Batavia, 
N. Y„ February 24, 1864, Mary Glancy (b. Portage, N. Y., December 12, 
1841) ; had (a) Walter, b. Arcade, N. Y, January 24, 1865 ; d. same day ; 
(b) Martin Daniel, b. Arcade, N. Y, November 21, 1866; m., June 25, 
1895, in Buffalo, N. Y, Louise Virginia Davison (b. Buffalo. N. Y, December 
10, 1862); (c) William Henry, b. Arcade, N. Y, November 12, 1868; m., 
in Warsaw, N. Y, October 10, 1894, Katherine R. McGinn (b. Syracuse, 
N. Y., November 5, 1872); (d) Jennie, b. Weathersfield Springs, N. Y, 
December 10, 1870; d. same day; (e) Frank, b. Weathersfield Springs, 
N. Y., February 29, 1872; (f) Jennie Valina Gertrude, b. Warsaw, N. Y., 
March 17, 1878; m., June 18, 1899, Edwin Levi Lapp ( b. Buffalo, N. Y, 
November 2, 1869) ; 52 Nancy Valina, b. Stafford, N. Y, October 30, 1848 ; 
m., in Warsaw, N. Y, September 1, 1881, Thomas Scovell (b. Orwetl, Vt, 
October 2, 1823; & Lockport, N. Y, August 8, 1898). 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

11. x. Matilda, b. Bergen, N. Y. ; m. John Winslow. Child : Eliza Jane ; d. 

September 23, 1894 ; m. Russell Cook ; had five children. 

12. xL Daniel, b. Bazette, O. ; d. there, aged twenty, unmarried 

13. xii. Minerva, b. Bazette, O., 1830. 

14. xiii. Caroline Malinda, b. Bazette, O., 1832; m. Edward N. Gay; had three 

children. 

15. xlv. Elf. mod, b. Cortland, O., 1834 ; d. 1836. 

1. JOSEPH EDWARD TIFFANY. Bora in Attleboro, Mass.; 
d. Melrose, Mass., 1870; m. Sarah Jane (surname unknown; b. Yar- 
mouth, Maine; d. Attleboro, Mass., July 20, 1869). 

children. 

fl. i. Henry Homer, b. Maiden, Mass., March 14, 1856; m. Mildred Wentworth ; 
have (a) Norma, b. March 8, 1885 ; (b) Florence, b. June 16, 1887. 

3. ii. Emma Jane, b. Maiden, Mass., June 6, 1858. 

4. iii. Edward Hayward, b. Attleboro, Mass., November 6, 1860; m., June 11, 

1888, Viola Rebecca Salisbury of Lawrence, Mass. ; have (a) Marion Rebecca, 
b. Providence, R. I., April 1, 1889 ; (b) Hope Arnold, b. Providence, R. L, 
December 4, 1892 ; (c) Edward Brunswick, b. Providence, R. I., March 17, 
1900. Mr. Tiffany in boyhood entered the employ of Callender, McAuslan 
& Troup, dry goods merchants of Providence, R. L, and has been connected 
with the firm ever since. The firm is now a stock company, and for more 
than twelve years he has been on the board of directors. 



THE TJFFANYS OF AMERICA. 185 

1. JOHN. He lived in Tolland County, Conn.; m. Elizabeth 
Brewster. Had children, but the records concerning his family are meager, 
so the compiler has confined the history to his one son of whom authentic 
data has been obtained. 

CHILD. 

2. L Daniel. He married Sally Puffer. Had ten children, of whom authentic 
records of but three have been secured. The three are as follows : 8 
Eunice, m. Franklin Philps ; had (a) Lewis, deceased; (b) James Duane ; 
(c) Mary E. ; (d) Elizabeth, m. Mr. Farnham of North Hannibal, Mass. ; 4 
James L. of East Martinsburg, N. V. ; 6 Levi K. of Glendale, N. Y. 

1. FLAVEL BENJAMIN. It is thought, by Dr. Flavel B. Tif- 
fany of Kansas City, Mo., that Flavel Benjamin Tiffany's family went from 
Normandy to England and thence to America. If this is so, they are 
undoubtedly descendants of Humphrey Tiffany, but the line of descent 
has been lost. 

CHILDREN. 

Clinton DeVVitt. Lives in Owatonna, Minn. 

Ambrose Benjamin, who married and had a son, Flavel B. Tiffany, A. M., 
M. D., a well-known practicing physician of Kansas City, Mo., who is 
author of several standard medical books and other works of merit. 

A Daughter ; m. George Dennis of Barabo, Wis. 

A Daughter ; m. George King of Rutlane, Dane County, Wis. 

1. ELEASAR. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary War and 
was closely associated with Gen. Washington. In later life, Eleasar Tif- 
fany drew a pension from the Government, and when he went to Spring- 
field, Mass., where his pension was paid, he would entertain his grand- 
children with stories of the Revolutionary War, and especially of the great 
commander, whom he reverenced, as did every soldier who had the honor 
to serve under Gen. Washington. No definite date concerning his mar- 
riages has been obtained, but he is said to have married twice. His two 
sons, of whom records are given, were children by his first wife. 

CHILDREN. 

2. i. Bernard. Moved to New York State in early youth. 

3. it Giles Chapman, b. Lanesboro, Mass., November 7, 1802 ; d. Springfield, 

Mass., January 23, 1853; m., in Springfield, Mass., June 26, 1828, Emily 
McQuivery (b. Springfield, Mass., September 11, 1804; d. Springfield, 
Mass., May, 1870). Children : 4 William Sheldon, b. Springfield, Mass., 
April 27, 1829; m., first, in Springfield, Mass., October 2, 1856, Amelia 
Elvira Estes (b. Springfield, Mass., January 8, 1835; d. Hartford, Conn., 
May 2, 1869) ; m., second, August 5, 1873, Mary Dean (b. Canaan, N. H., 
August 19, 1838 ;d. Springfield, Mass., October 19, 1883); had (a) Mary 



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180 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

Emily, b. Hartford, Conn., December 20, 1859; d. Jane 98, 1860; (b) 
George Henry, b. Holyokc, Mast., June 15, 1861 ; (c) Wally Rob Roy, b. 
Springfield, Mass., April 18, 1866 ; m., first, in Springfield, Mass., February 
22, 1887, Carrie Eliza Bull (b. Springfield, Mass., April 13, 1866; d. 
Springfield, Mass., January 15, 1895); m., second, Anne Theodosia Clapp 
(b. Windsor, Conn., July 6, 1865); (d) Ida Belle, b. Hartford, Conn., 
March 23; died Hartford, Conn., June 11, 1869 ; (e) Lulu Elvira, b. Windsor, 
Conn., December 6, 1876. 

1. OBEDIAH. He was married and had one son. 

CHILD. 

2. L George Pitkin, who married and had the following children : 3 William Wal- 
lace ; 4 George E. ; 6 Charles ; 6 Archibald Jasper ; 7 Susan ; 8 Adelaine ; 
9 Josephine. 



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JOSEPH WADDINGTON TIFFANY. 
(1, English Branch. ) 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 187 



ENGLISH TIFFANYS. 

Under this head the compiler has embodied some data about descendants 
of Joseph Waddington Tiffany. To Frank Tiffany of Leeds, England, and 
to J. Alfred Tiffany of Syracuse, N. Y., herein mentioned, the author is 
indebted for much valuable information concerning the Tiffanys, and 
especially their early history over the sea. 

1. JOSEPH WADDINGTON TIFFANY. He married Hen- 
rietta Crabtree. 

CHILDREN. 

2. L John Barnes, who married and had the following children : 8 Herbert ; 9 

Sarah ; 10 Henrietta ; 11 Clara. 

3. it Mary Ann, who married Mr. Richardson of Leeds, England, and had the fol- 

lowing children : 12 Lillian ; 13 Frederick. 

4. iii. Frank, who lires in Leeds, England, is married and has the following children : 

14 Joseph Edgar ; 15 Matilda ; 16 Frank. 

5. iv. Jennie, unmarried, and lives in Leeds, England. 

6. t. William Henry, who lives in Cape Town, is married and has the following 

children : 17 Isabel ; 18 Henry Waddington. 

7. ri. James Alfred, who lives in Syracuse, New York. 



188 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



OTHER REFERENCES. 

In the natural course of research, the author has come upon many in- 
teresting anecdotes of the Tiffany family, and has found the name connected 
with the early history of New England in a manner not easy to extract for 
use in the introduction or in shape to be embodied with the reference rec- 
ords of the Tiffany family; but, in connection with the chapter on Miscel- 
laneous Tiffanys, it seems expedient to insert a portion of what has been 
gleaned from other genealogies and from many histories, especially of New 
England towns. A part of this is included in records published elsewhere 
in the book, but the following are extracts taken from the various volumes 
to which reference is made above. 

WALPOLE TIFFANYS. 

In " Walpole As It Was and As It Is," containing the complete civil history of the 
town, from 1749 to 1879, together with a history of all the church organizations ; also a 
history of 150 families that settled in the town previous to 1820, with biographical sketches 
of a large number of its prominent citizens ; and also a census of the town taken April 1, 
1878, by George Aldrich, printed by the Claremont Manufacturing Company, of Clare* 
mont, N. II., in 1880, appears the following : 

Pages 308, 309. Amasa Tiffany came to Walpole, from Ashford, Conn., in some of 
the last years of the eighteenth century. He married Sally, the sister of Dr. Stephen 
Johnson, and had three sons and one daughter, who came with their parents. He was 
born in 1704 and died April 17, 1800. His wife was born in 1771, and died February 8, 
1808, being ninety-seven years old. He was a butcher, it is said, and lived at one time in 
the Walton Mead house, and owned the rabid dog that bit David, the son of John Livings* 
ton, mentioned heretofore, in 1815. 

Stephen, the oldest of the children, was born February 22, 1792, and died August 19, 
1877. He married Maria, daughter of Dr. Stephen and Percy (Webber) Johnson, Octo- 
ber 18, 1818, who was born April 13, 1795, and died March 31, 1872. Stephen Tiffany 
was a soldier in the War of 1812, and went to Portsmouth, N. II., in the company that 
went from Walpole with Colonel Josiah Bellows ; he was also captain, at one time, of the 
rifle company organized here. He lived to be eighty-five years of age, possessing a robust 
constitution, although he never in his lifetime ate but a very small quantity of meat. His 
Course of life was smooth and even, and he died without an enemy. Children : 1st, Har- 
riet M., b. November 20, 1821 ; m. Ephraim A. Watkins, March, 1841, and has two 
children living. 2d, Sarah Ann, b. January 22, 1820 ; m. Frederick Watkins, September, 
1845, and has two daughters. 3d, Stephen Johnson, b. May 10, 1830 ; m., first, Mary S., 
daughter of Levi and Susannah (Foster) Hall, who d. May 29, 1804; m., second, Emily 
BufTum of Keene, N. H. 4th, Percy I., b. June 10, 1834 ; m. William Hall, January 27, 
1852 ; d. January 24, 1800. 

TIFFANYS IN WALES. 
In "An Address delivered in Wales on October 5, 1862, being the 
centennial anniversary of the municipal organization of the town, with 



THE TJFFANYS OF AMERICA. 189 

additions and extensions upon some matters needful to bring the history of 
the town down to January 1, 1866, to which is annexed a roll of honor, 
being a catalogue of the names, etc., of soldiers from this town who served 
in the armies of our Government in the late Civil War, by Absalom 
Gardner, published by request, Springfield, Samuel Bowles & Company, 
printers, 1866," appears the following in reference to the Tiffany family : 

Page 27. The Tiffany families next command attention. James Tiffany, senior, came 
to this place from Douglas in or about 1780, continued here until 1795, then left. James 
Tiffany, Jr., son of the first James, came here with his father, was here married, in 1781, 
to Mary Howe, succeeded Captain Winchester as owner and occupant of the Royce Place, 
and also in merchandising or storekeeping upon a small scale thereon ; and died here March 
25, 1823, aged sixty-two. His sons, Dexter, Lyman, Bela, and Loring all became noted 
here and elsewhere in the world of business and trade, manufacturing, merchandising, and 
otherwise. 

Bela Tiffany, Esq., son of James, junior, was here in childhood and youth, and till 
1808 ; was then off elsewhere in business till 1825, at which time he returned hither with 
his family, and here tarried till 1830, when he left again. He died in August, 1851, aged 
sixty-six, his death being the result of an injury in being thrown from his wagon as he was 
returning from Palmer to his home in Southbridge. Though he was not faultless, more 
than others, yet, as the originator of the first manufacturing establishment in this town, he 
is entitled to the honored and grateful remembrance of all desirers of our town's prosperity. 
We have now no right to say there would be at this time any cloth manufactories in this 
town had it not been for the start and impetus given by him to that branch of industry ; 
and he must be a dolt, indeed, who does not understand in some good degree the benefits 
by our town derived from the manufacturing business done in this place. 

Page 29. Under the list of practicing physicians who have lived in Salem appears the 
name of Dr. Daniel Tiffany, from 1812 to 1822. 

Page 31. Dr. Daniel Tiffany was not of the family, but a relative of the other 
Tiffanys that have been herebefore named ; had his residence here two years, 1792-93, 
then left ; returned in 1812, claiming to be of the medical brotherhood, continued here 
till 1822, then removed to Webster. When here, he abode in different localities, but 
mostly in the outskirts of the town, and, when not professionally engaged, gave his atten- 
tion to agricultural pursuits. He was not regarded as superlatively smart or skillful, and 
did not have an extensive practice. 

In the "Champion Genealogy, a History of the Descendants of Henry 
Champion of Saybrook and Lyme, Connecticut, together with some account 
of other families of the name," by Francis Bacon Trowbridge, published for 
the author, in New Haven, in 1891, appears the following references to the 
Tiffany family : 

Pages 52, 53. Hepzibah Champion (Lynde 24, Henry 11, Henry 6, Henry 4, Henry 1), 
born in 1803 in Green River, N. Y.; died 20 August, 1853, in Arcadia, N. V.; was 
married in Hillsdale, N. Y., 9 October, 1831, to Major Tiffany, son of Benjamin and 
Elizabeth Tiffany, born 23 June, 1804, in Austerlitz, N. Y.; died, 1863, in Litchfield, Mich. 

Mr. Tiffany acquired the name Major from the fact that he was one of 
four boys who were all born in his neighborhood on the same day, each of 



100 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 

whom was christened Major. His parents came to this country from 
Ireland, bringing three children, Mary, William, and Elizabeth. William 
was captured by the Indians at the age of twelve, but escaped in a canoe 
six years later, although dressed at the time for marriage with a chief's 
daughter. 

Mr. Tiffany continued to reside on his farm in his native town until 
1833, when he removed to Arcadia, Wayne County. The latter years of 
his life were passed in Litchfield, Mich. He was by religion a Methodist 
and politically a Republican. Some account of him is contained in the 
chapter devoted to Miscellaneous Tiffanys. 

TIFFANY CHILDREN. 

i. Charles Benjamin, b. 31 July, 1833, in Austerlitz, N. Y. ; went to California at 
the age of nineteen and engaged in gold mining. He soon returned to New York, 
however, and gave his attention to farming. He m., in 1846, Mary Aldrich, of 
Arcadia, N. Y., and d. 4 April, 1885, in Arcadia. 

ii. Ann Eliza, b. 4 March, 1835, in Austerlitz ; ra., 14 September, 1853, Alonzo 
Smith, of Port Gibson, N. Y., son of Asa Smith, a Canadian, and Hannah (Poor ) 
Smith, of Haverhill, Mass. He is a farmer in Hanover, Mich. Children : 
Annabel, b. 5 September, 1861, in Homer, Mich. ; m., 3 November, 1886, Matti- 
son B. Wright, of Eaton Rapids, Mich. ; Hepsie Luella, b. 24 June, 1863, in 
Homer; d. 4 March, 1804, in Litchfield, Mich. ; Edward Luellan, b. 8 April, 
1873, in Litchfield. 

Hi. Joseph Champion, b. 18 January, 1837, in Austerlitz ; m., in Litchfield, Mich., 
22 October, 1866, Jennie E., dau. of Darius and Leah (Johnson) Brown (b. 16 
August, 1847, in Penn Yan, N. Y. ). He went to California in 1852, where for 
several years he was engaged as a practical miner ; also conducting a livery 
business in Marysville, Cal. In 1865, he removed to Michigan, and in 1869 to 
Columbus, Neb., where he now resides, being occupied with the breeding of fine 
livestock. Children: Louella S., b. 29 September, 1867, in Butler, Mich. ; m., 
10 April, 1890, Lewis Joy Hendrix, a stockraiser (b. 26 November, 1866, in 
Newton, Mich. ) ; Frances Leah, b. 3 September, 1869, in Columbus, Neb. ; Maud 
Madoline, b. 11 November, 1871 ; Eugene Harold, b. 3 April, 1875 ; Joseph 
Champion, b. 26 March, 1877 ; Homer Brown, b. 4 February, 1880; Mary John- 
son, b. 8 February, 1882. 
iv. Evi, b. 28 January, 1839, in Arcadia, N. Y. ; d. 4 May, 1854, in Arcadia. 

v. PARTHENIA, b. 31 January, 1841, in Arcadia ; d. 14 November, 1864, in Litchfield, 

Mich. Unmarried, 
vi. Ezra Lamont, b. 17 May, 1843, in Arcadia; m., 3 September, 1862, Catherine 
Morehouse. He is a farmer in North Adams, Mich. Children : Ella R., b, 4 
September, 1864, in Litchfield, Mich. ; m., 5 February, 1881, Oliver Haskell of 
Adams, Mich., and d. 14 March, 1885, leaving two children : (1) Clyde E., b. 8 
October, 1881; (2) Albert A., b. 10 March, 1885; Minniebel, b. 21 April, 1867, 
in Woodstock, Mich., is a student at the State Normal School, Ypsilanti, Mich.; 
Charles A., b. 19 October, 1869, in North Adams, Mich. ; Frank Lamont, b. 10 
April, 1874, in North Adams, 
vii. Mary Antoinette, b. 17 March, 1845, in Arcadia ; is unmarried, and resides in 
Hanover, Mich. 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 191 

Page 156, of the "Champion Genealogy," under the head Lucyette 
Champion, married Asa Ames Potter, of East Winfield, N. Y., 24 Septem- 
ber, 1835, gives the following concerning one of the Potter children, born 
in Winfield, N. Y. : 

Juuaette Potter, b. 17 July, 1836 ; m., first, 12 April, 1860, William Henry Tif- 
fany, who d. in 1872. Children : Emmett, b. 2 February, 18G1, U a lawyer in New York 
City; Earl Potter, b. 8 June, 1863; d. 17 April, 1868. She m., second, 16 June, 1875, 
R. N. Vanevera (b. 28 October, 1827), a merchant in New York City. Child : Potter, 
b. 12 September, 1877. Juliaette Vanevera, M. D. (New York Medical College, 1872), 
has been for seven years professor of children's diseases in the New York Female Medical 
College, and staff physician in the Hospital for Women. 



192 INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



ERRORS IN THE BOOK. 

In a work of such size as " The Tiffanys in America "it is impossible 
to prevent, even with the closest attention and the greatest care, the 
appearance of some errors. Although the author has gone over the proofs 
several times since the original proofs were sent to the subscribers for 
revision, the preparation of the index has revealed errors, which, as far as 
they have been discovered, are corrected as follows : 

Page 13. — 121 Loving Tiffany should be Loring Tiffany, as indexed. 

Page 16. — 6 Lucy Tiffany should be 35, as correctly numbered on 
page 7. 

Page 67.-892 James Philip House, m. September 7, 1876, should be 
m. September 7, 1856. 

Page 71.— 917 Oscar Fitzallen Tiffany should be 916. 

Page 71.— 918 Nelson Otis Tiffany should be 917. 

Page 72.-924 Albert O. Tiffany should be 923. 

Page 72.-925 William H. Tiffany should be 924. 

Page 81. — 1095a Rose Irene Tiffany should not be numbered, as it 
refers to 1094 in the same paragraph. 

Page 87.— 1100 Noah Tiffany should be 1110, as given on page S5. 

Page 106.— (a) 1580 Warner Case Tower should be Warner Carr 
Tower. 

Page 174.— 5 Edwin Tiffany should be 5a, as given under 2 John C. 
Tiffany in preceding paragraph on page 174. 

Page 175. — 6 Lyman Hurlburt Tiffany should be 6a, as given on 
page 174. 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA, 193 



LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS. 

Paob. 

Tiffany Coat of Arms, Frontispiece. 

Tiffany Homestead 4 

Tiffany, Henry Dyer (53), 11 

Wales, Salem Howe (141) 17 

Tiffany, David (213) 20 

Tiffany, Andrew J. (231), 22 

Tiffany, Henry S. (304), 24 

Tiffany, Joseph (330) 26 

Tiffany, Charles Comfort (368), 28 

Tiffany, Otis Henry (366) 30 

Tiffany, Joseph Capron (367) 32 

Tiffany, Walton Cuyler (375), 34 

Tiffany, Gilman Parris (378), 36 

Tiffany, Eben Capron (389), 38 

Tiffany, Comfort (334) 40 

Tiffany, Charles Lewis (413), 42 

Tiffany, Louis Comfort (418) 44 

Tiffany, Charles Lewis, 2d (424), 46 

Charles L. Tiffany's Home, Danielson, Conn., 48 

Trembley, Mrs. Harriet Amanda (414) 60 

Tiffany, Gideon (461) 52 

Tiffany, Palmer Chamberlain (625), 64 

Tiffany, Edwin Demosthenes (626), 56 

Tiffany, John (784), 60 

Tiffany, Silas Durkee, (787), 62 

Tiffany, John Hopkins (819) 64 

Tiffany, Benjamin, 2d (778) 66 

Tiffany, John Wesley (835), 68 

Wiley, Mrs. Achsah Levantia (913), 70 

Tiffany, George Edwin (914a), 72 

Tiffany, Nelson Arnold (830), 74 

Tipfany, Nelson Otis (917) 76 

Tiffany, Nelson Otis, Jr. (930), 78 

Tiffany, George Bronson (1130) 87 

Elm Tree Planted by Consider Tiffany, 140 

Tiffany, Joel (2173), 153 

Tiffany, Fayette Buel (3147), 100 

Tiffany, Asa Scott (2134h), 168 

Tiffany, George Edwin (21, Miscellaneous), 174 

Tiffany, Joseph Waddington (1, English Branch), 187 



194 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



INDEX. 



MOB. 

Abbey, Ebenezer, 168 

Abbey, Lyman, 3349 168 

Abbey, Mary Tiffany, 8207, ... 168 

Abbott, Eleanor, 410a 37 

Abbott, Jordon 37 

Abbott, Kathcrine Tiffany, 409a, . 37 
Abbott, Katherine McLane Tiffany, 409, 37 

Adams, Adclia Elizabeth Barnard, . 100 

Adams, Adelia E. Barnard, 1328, . 106 

Adams, Anna C, (c) 1226, ... 106 

Adams, Anita Caroline, (c) 1467, . 100 

Adams, Anna Jcrusha, 1223, ... 91 

Adams, Elizabeth Tiffany, 2077, . . 135 

Adams, Emma Edna Field, 1999, . 130 

Adams, Hosca Veras, 1226, ... 91 

Adams, James, 135 

Adams, Jonas, ....... 99 

Adams, Joshua Knight, ..... 91 

Adams, Lucy Emeline Tiffany, 1367, 99 

Adams, Nancy Maria, 1227, ... 91 

Adams, Newdigate, 2084, .... 135 

Adams, Peddy Wilmarth Tiffany, 1205, 91 

Adams, Sarai Annctta, 1225, ... 91 

Adams, Sumner J., 106 

Adams, Sumner Judson, 1467, . 99, 100 

Adams, Warren Clinton, 1229, . . 91 

Adams, William, 130 

Adams, William W., (b) 1467, . . 100 

Adams, William W., (b) 1220, . . 106 

Adams, Winsor Wright, (a) 1226, . 106 

Adams, Winsor Wright, (a) 1487, . 100 

Ainsworth, Content Tiffany, 786, . 63 

Ainsworth, Henry, 801, .... 63 

Ainsworth, James T., 800, ... 63 

Ainsworth, Roswell M., .... 63 

Aid ridge, Mary Tiffany, 2145, . . 162 

Aldridge, Zenus, 162 

Alexander, Caroline Stowe Tiffany, 132, 15 

Alexander, Florian, ...... 15 

Allen, Erne A., ....... 106 

Allen, Erne Barnard, 1227, ... 106 

Allen, George H., 106 

Allen, James, 178 



PADS. 

Allen, Sally S. Tiffany, 18, ... 178 

Allin, Elizabeth, 2089; 136 

Allin, Elizabeth Tiffany, 2085, . . 186 

Allin, Matthew, 138 

Ailing, Edna Tiffany, 3046, . . 164, 165 

Ailing, Elizabeth Cornish, 3048b, . 155 

Ailing, Marion, 3048 156 

Ailing, Mary Edna Tiffany, 2197, . 154 

Ailing, Sidney Bigelow, 3048a, . . 155 

Ailing, Ward Tiffany, 3047, . . . 165 

Ailing, Wilbur S. 154 

Allison, Elmer W 169 

Allison, Mary Louise Tiffany, 3130, . 159 

Ames, Cromwell, 183 

Ames, Lorinda Farnham, 30, . . . 183 

Amidon, Hattie L. Parks 61 

Amidon, John R., ...... 51 

Amidon, Mary Amelia Tiffany, 609, 61 

Amidon, Salem, 614, 61 

Anderson, Alexandra, 115a, ... 10 

Anderson, Alexander J., M. D., . . 10 

Anderson, Carol, (b) 21, .... 180 

Anderson, Donald, (c) 21 180 

Anderson, Frank E., 180 

Anderson, Hester, 22 

Anderson, John, 22 

Anderson, Margaret Tiffany, 93, . . 10 

Anderson, Mary Slater Mills, 21, . 180 

Anderson, Raymond M., (a) 21, . . 180 

Andrews, George, 18 

Andrews, Lydia, 18 

Angell, Daniel, 80 

Angell, Mary Ann Tiffany, 1059, . 80 

Applcgarth, Elizabeth Tiffany, 466, . 43 

Arbuckle, Dewitt 163 

Arbuckle, Frances Peake, 3244, . . 163 

Arbuckle, James H., 163 

Archbald, Bessie Frances, 628, . . 44 

Archbald, George Henry, .... 44 

Archbald, George Wodren, 626, . . 44 

Archbald, Harry Ruthven, 527, . . 44 
Archbald, Margaret Sophia Tiffany, 

623 44 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



195 



PAOB. 

Archer, Cora Tryon, 8099, ... 154 

Archer, Elmer, 154 

Arnold, Betsey Ann, (a) 840, ... 62 

Arnold, Betsey Tiffany, 782, ... 62 

Arnold, Delbert D., (d) 840, ... 62 

Arnold, Elizabeth Vaughan, ... 18 

Arnold, Hannah Day, 62 

Arnold, Horatio N., 842 62 

Arnold, Josiah, Captain, .... 18 

Arnold, Marquis T., (b) 840, ... 62 

Arnold, Marquis Wellington, 840, . 62 

Arnold, Nelson, 841 62 

Arnold, Surprise II 62 

Arnold, Waite, 18 

Arnold, William H., (c) 840, ... 62 

Austin, Amelia Tiffany, 1413, . . . 116 

Austin, Boyd Stephens, (b) 1750, . . 116 

Austin, Charles Read, 1748, . . . 116 

Austin, Clara Eliza, (e) 1746, ... 116 

Austin, Frank Thurston, 1749a, . . 116 

Austin, Joseph Norris, 1746, . . . 116 

Austin, Judd Jesse, 1750, .... 116 

Austin, Kate Arnold, 116 

Austin, Lillian Grace, (a) 1750, . . 116 

Austin, Lizzie L. Hoese 116 

Austin, Lovina Josephine, (d) 1746, . 116 

Austin, Lydia Alma Stephens, . . 116 

Austin, Maggie Louise, (a) 1746, . . 116 

Austin, Mary A., (c) 1746, .... 116 

Austin, Mary Emeline, 1747, . . . 116 

Austin, Nellie May Tiffany, (a) 2073, 134 

Austin, Sarah Celinda Finch, . . . 116 

Austin, Susan T. RerH, 116 

Austin, W. M 134 

Austin, William Preston, 1749, . . 116 

Austin, William Snow Smith, (b) 1746, 116 

Austin, William T., 116 

Avery, Augusta, 300, 21 

Avery, Egbert, 21 

Avery, Egbert, 303, 21 

Avery, Eva, 302 -.*".". 21 

Avery, Ida, 301,* 21 

Avery, Joseph, Rev., 41 

Avery, Mercy Tiffany, 228, ... 21 

Axford, Abraham, 33, 172 

Axford, Matilda Jane Tiffany, 15, . 172 

Axford, Minnie, 34 172 

Axford, William, 172 

Ayers, Alverna Dell, (a) 1685, . . 107 

Ayers, Fanny C. Hobbs, 1585, . . 107 | 



PAOB. 

Ayers, John Preston, 107 

Ayers, Lloyd Preston, (b) 1585, . . 107 

Babbitt, J. L., 96 

Babbitt, Lorinda L. Potter, ... 96 

Bailey, Cora S. Hollister, 1734, . . 115 

Bailey, E. P., 98 

Bailey, Edwin G., (b) 1734, ... 115 

Bailey, Ella Grinnell, 1307, ... 94 

Bailey, Georgia A. Tiffany, 21, . . 172 

Bailey, Harry Hollister, (a) 1734, . 115 

Bailey, Laura Tiffany, 965, ... 76 

Bailey, Robert K., 115 

Bailey, W. G 94 

Bailey, W. J 172 

Baker, Clara E Tiffany, 562, ... 47 

Baker, W. R., M. D 47 

Balcom, Hannah, 17 

Balcom, Mary, 17 

Balcom, Timothy, 27 

Baldwin, Fred, 1723 114 

Baldwin, George II., 114 

Baldwin, Henry P., Governor, . . 27 

Baldwin, Harriet Day 27 

Baldwin, Paulina D. Tiffany, 1717, . 114 

Ballcntine, David 163 

Ballcntinc, Elizabeth A. Frazer, (b) 3243,163 

Ballou, Jane Tiffany, 779, .... 62 

Ballou, Nathaniel 62 

Bangs, Elijah Kclhu 162 

Bangs, Mary Cromwell Darrow, 3214, 162 

Barber, Adclia Tiffany, 3263, ... 164 

Barber, Simon, 164 

Barlow, Bessie, 1184, 89 

Barlow, Frauk, 89 

Barlow, Lewis Edward, 1182, ... 89 

Barlow, Mabel Ellen, 1181, ... 89 

Barlow, Maria Louisa Tiffany, 1170. . 89 

Barlow, Wallace Elmer, 1183, . . 89 

Barnard, Alfred G 106 

Barnard, Esther Tiffany, 1388, . . 106 

Barnard, Gordon 58 

Barnard, Henry A., 1228, .... 106 

Barnard, Lucy De Ferri-; 68 

Barnard, Ray 106 

Barnard, Ruth 106 

Barnes, Calvin, 1610 106 

Barnes, Emma Johnson Tiffany, 3134, 159 

Barnes, Horace, 1609 106 

Barnes, Joseph F., 169 

Barnes, Priscilla Tiffany, 1384, . . 106 



196 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



Tif 



>AOB. 
106 

106 

106 

97 



97 
97 
97 
97 
97 
97 
97 
36 
36 

70 

70 
70 



Barnes, Roswell, 

Barnes, Sarah Hamilton Gibson, . 
Barnes, Urban, 1608, .... 

Barrett, Alonzo, 

Barrett, Betsey Sabrina Corse, 1421, 
Barrett, Clemence Jerome, (d) 1421, 
Barrett, Delphine, (a) 1421, . 
Barrett, Delphine S., (c) 1421, 
Barrett, Erne A., (e) 1421, . . 
Barrett, Elmer, (f) 1421, . . 
Barrett, Josephine, (b) 1421, . 
Barrett, Mary E. Walcott, . . 

Barrett, Oliver P. 

Bartholomew, Clarence Allen 

fany, 939 

Bartholomew, Ethel May, 937, 
Bartholomew, John Allen, . . 
Bartholomew, Martha Eliza Tiffany, 920, 70 
Bartholomew, Nina Edith Gertrude, 938, 70 
Barton, Benjamin, ...... 91 

Barton, Emma Louise, (a) 1222, . . 91 
Barton, Emma Verona Adam*, 1222, 91 
Barton, James, (c) 1222, .... 91 

Barton, Sarai, (b) 1222, 91 

Batsford, Clement, (d) 3232, . . . 103 
Batsford, Clifton M., (b) 3232, . . 163 
Batsford, Cora M., (a) 3232, ... 163 

Batsford, Ida, (c) 3232, 163 

Batsford, Mary J. Peake, 3232, . . 163 

Batsford, Theodore 163 

Bayly, Evelyn Harrison May, ... 37 
Bayly, Thomas H., Hon., .... 87 

Beach, Alpheus, 167 

Beach, Calista Jane Fabun, 3312, . 167 

Beach, Edward H., 53 

Beach, Edward Tiffany, 646, ... 63 

Beach, Jennie Dwyer, 63 

Beach, Louisa A. Tiffany, 631, . . 63 
Beach, Maria Louisa, 644, .... 53 

Beach, May France*, 63 

Beal, Embury, 174 

Beal, Frances Jane Tiffany, 20, . . 174 
Bean, Alice Blossom, 509, .... 43 

Bean, Irving 43 

Bebb, Anne, (a) 2115 137 

Bebb, Anna Elizabeth Carpenter, 2115, 137 

Bcbb, Arthur, (c) 2115 137 

Bebb, Edmund, (d) 2115 137 

Bebb, Frank, (f) 2115 137 

Bebb, Martha, (e) 2115 137 



MOB. 

Bebb, Michael S. 187 

Bebb, William, (b) 2115, .... 187 
Beck with, Lydia Emeline Tiffany, 9018, 182 

Belcher, Ellen Elizabeth Hall, 639, . 68 

Belcher, Thomas, » « 63 

Bell, Grace Amelia Tiffany, 767, . . 60 

Bell, William Mapleston, .... 60 

Bellesfield, Charles, 183 

Bellesfield, Harriet Tiffany, 9, . . 183 

Belmont, August, Mrs., ..... 36 

Benjamin, Adelbert Marvin, 1500, . 101 

Benjamin, Alida, 85 

Benjamin, Daniel 85 

Benjamin, Eliza Amanda Goodrich, 1442,98 

Benjamin, Ellen 85 

Benjamin, Frank Eugene, 1499, . . 101 

Benjamin, George J 101 

Benjamin, George Nelson, .... 101 

Benjamin, Hayden Lyman, (a) 1442, . 98 

Benjamin, Lyman H., (a) 1500, . . 101 

Benjamin, Lyman T., 98 

Benjamin, Margaret A Shellhammer, 101 
Benjamin, Mary Ann Tiffany, (a) 

1107, 84, 85 

Benjamin, Mary F., (b) 1500, ... 101 

Benjamin, Olncy Tiffany, .... 85 

Benjamin, Sadie E. 101 

Benjamin, Sarah Annie Young, . . 101 

Benjamin, Sarah Matilda Tiffany, 1377, 101 

Benjamin, William Eugene, (b) 1442, . 98 

Bennett, Alva Curren 89 

Bennett, Charlotte Amanda Tiffany, 

1169 89 

Bennett, Mina Amanda, 1180, . . 89 

Bennett, Weiss Erastus, 1179, . . 89 

Berden, Frances Amelia, 59, . . . 182 

Berden, James S., 182 

Betray, Affa Ward Darrow, 3212, . 162 

Berray, Isaac, 162 

Berray, William R., 162 

Berry, Ann Maria Wemple, ... 43 

Berry, Gilbert R 43 

Beste, Gerhard Heinrich Ludwig, . 1 

Beste, Gottlieb Heinrich, .... 1 

Beste, Henrietta Dorothea Antoinette, 1 

Beste, Henry Cutting, (c) 124, . . 1 

Beste, Hildegarde, (a) 124, .... 1 

Beste, Mary Cutting, (b) 124, ... 1 

Beste, Mary Hunter Cutting, 124, . 1 



Betts, Edwin Everett, (b) 686, . 



56 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



107 



Mm. 

Betts, Julia Davison Blandin, ... 56 

Betts, Marion, 56 

Betts, Sadie A. Quick, 56 

Betts, Sarah Quick, 1641 109 

Betts, Uliaett Delphine, 686, ... 66 

Betts, W. L. 109 

Betts, William LaGrande, (a) 686, . 66 

Bicknell, Baxter, 49 

Bicknell, Catherine Tiffany, 2076, . 135 

Bicknell, Clarence L., 49 

Bicknell, Edna Isabelle Baker, . . 49 

Bicknell, Edwin, 49 

Bicknell, E. R. 172 

Bicknell, Frank Steadman, ... 49 

Bicknell, Herbert Tiffany, .... 49 

Bicknell, Marcy, 38 172 

Bicknell, Mary L. Tiffany, 20, . . 172 

Bicknell, Maryetta Steadman, 598, . 49 

Bicknell, Mary Tiffany, 576, ... 49 

Bicknell, Walter, 49 

Bicknell, Zachary, 135 

Bicknell, Zechariah, 135 

Birchard, Charles H 100 

Birchard, Ella Josephine Carpenter, 

1478 100 

Bissell, Highland L., 85 

Bissell, Jessie M., (c) 1201, ... 85 

Bissell, Lucy Caroline Lindsey, 1201, 85 

Bissell, Myron F., (a) 1201, ... 85 

Bissell, Nelson E., (b) 1201, ... 85 

Blake, Anna May, (a) 1594, ... 107 

Blake, Ethel Hawley, (b) 1594, . . 107 

Blake, Hepsibeth Wilmarth, 955, . 73 

Blake, Isla, (c) 1694, 107 

Blake, Jacob 73 

Blake, Jennie M. Hawley, 1594, . . 107 

Blake, John Henry, 107 

Blake, Merle, (d) 1594, 107 

Bliss, George W 34 

Bliss, Julia Ann Tiffany, 386, . . 34 

Blodgett, Eunice Tiffany, (b) 839, . 62 

Blodgett, Frederic, 62 

Blodgett, Jane Tiffany Ballou, 839, . 62 

Blodgett, John Tiffany 63 

Blodgett, Nancy Jane, (a) 839, . . 62 

Bloom, Helen M. Tiffany, 1082, . . 80 

Bloom, Herman, 80 

Bloomfield, Almira Hull, .... Ill 

Bloomfield, Elias E., 1681, ... Ill 

Bloomfield, Herbert E., 1682, . . Ill 



MM, 

Bloomfield, Louisa, 1683, .... Ill 

Bloomfield, Polly Tiffany, 1394, . . Ill 

Bloomfield, William, Ill 

Blossom, Cornelia Morrison Tiffany, 

502, 43 

Blossom, Frances Tiffany, 510, . . 43 

Blossom, Levi, . 43 

Blossom, Walter L., 511 43 

Blumer, Diana Adelle Tiffany, 240, . 21 

Blumer, John P 21 

Boehrer, Alice, 1327 95 

Boehrer, Anna M. Tiffany, 1301, . 95 

Boehrer, Fred, 95 

Boehrer, Grace, 1326, 95 

Bogart, Asa, 163 

Bogart, Mary Tiffany, 3237, ... 163 

Bond, Ephraim, 20 

Bond, Ephraim, (a) 211 20 

Bond, Sally Tiffany, 211 20 

Bond, Stephen T, (b) 211, .. . 20 

Bordeaux, Alma Helena, (b) 3333, . 168 

Bordeaux, Edna T., (d) 3333, . . 168 

Bordeaux, Elsie Ethel, (c) 3333, . . 168 

Bordeaux, George 168 

Bordeaux, Mary Lizette, (a) 3333, . 168 

Bordeaux, Rebecca Matilda, (e) 3333, 168 
Bordeaux, Rebecca Matilda Tiffany, 

3333 168 

Borland, M. Woolsey, 36 

Borst, John 161 

Borst, Marcie E. Chace, 3268, . . 164 

Bowden, Charles Henry, .... 138 

Bowden, Sarah Eliza Tiffany, 2109, . 138 

Bowcn, Caroline S. Smith, . . . 136 

Bowen, Elizabeth Tiffany, 2089, . . 136 

Bowen, James, 136 

Bowen, William Hale, 2099, ... 136 

Boyd, Barney, 24 

Boyd, Betsey, 318 24 

Boyd, Mary Tiffany, 263 24 

Boyd, Seymour, 319, 24 

Boyd, Susan, 320 24 

Bradford, Dorcas Brown Lockwood, 8 

Bradford, Dorcas Lockwood, 72, . 9 

Bradford, Edward Standish, ... 8 

Bradford, Edward Standish, 70, . . 9 

Bradford, Horatio Nelson Slater, 69, 8 

Bradford, Mary Slater, 49, . . . 8 

Bradford, Sarah Tiffany, 71, . . . 9 

Bradford, S. Standish, ..... 8 



198 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



Bradley, Betsey Tiffany, 794, 
Bradley, Edward D., Colonel, 
Brandt, Albert P., (d)3248, 
Brandt, Douglass D., (a) 3248, 
Brandt, Eva Allen, . . 
Brandt, Heschell D., (c) 3248 
Brandt, Jessie Sawyer, . . 
Brandt, Joshua B., . . . 
Brandt, Joshua B., (b) 3248, 
Brandt, Martha A. Peake, 3248, 
Brayton, Arnold, 1501, . 
Drayton, George J,, , , 
Brayton, Sarah Matilda Tiffany, 
Breed, Charles Allen, (a) 640, 
Breed, Franklin Nelson, (c) 640, 
Breed, George, .... 
Breed, James Otis, (b) 640, 
Breed, Julia Emma Hall, 640, 
Breed, Mary Chase, . . . 
Brigham, Charles Cotton, 476, 
Brigham, Fanny L., 474, . 
Brigham, Lucinda Tiffany, 466, 
Brigham, Lucy, 477, . 
Brigham, Moses, . . . 
Brigham, Sophia, 476, . 
Brimmer, Cornelia Tiffany, 14 
Brimmer, James, ... 
Br i sack, Caroline, 3291, 
Brisack, Caroline Tiffany, 3196, 
Brisack, John, .... 
Brisack, Willie, 3293, . 
Brockway, Mary Tiffany, 3386, 
Brockway, Oliver, . . 
Brouck, Curtis, . . . 
Brouck, Daniel S., . . , 
Brouck, Lottie L. Peake, 3249, 
Brower, Edna B., 1190, . 
Brower, Fanny, 1191, . . 
Brower, Fred, 1189, . . . 
Brower, Iva, 1192, . . . 
Brower, Katy Tiffany, 1174, 
Brower, Sylvanus G., . . 
Brown, Alfred, 1066, . . 
Brown, Allen, 1051, . . . 
Brown, Amelia Goodrich, . 
Brown, Augustus, (a) 1056, 
Brown, Charles, (a) 1054, . 
Brown, Charles Austin, (b) 1051, 
Brown, Charley, (c) 1053, , 
Brown, Clara, (a) 1055, 



1377 



PAOI. 

64 

64 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

101 

101 

101 

53 

53 

53 

53 

63 

11 

41 

41 

41 

41 

41 

41 

172 

172 

166 

166 

166 

166 

168 

108 

164 

164 

163, 164 

89 

89 

89 

89 

89 

89 

79 

79 

79 

79 

79 

79 

79 

79 



U 



1051 



Brown, Clarissa Tanner, . 
Brown, Cynthia Scott, . . 
Brown, Ellen Francis, 740, 
Brown, Emily, (c) 1051, . 
Brown, Erastus, 1053, . . 
Brown, Eroni Charles, 746, 
Brown, Esther Allison, . . 
Brown, Eugene Edwin, 739, 
Brown, Flora, (c) 1055, . . 
Brown, Frank, (b) 1052, . 
Brown, Fred, (c) 1056, . . 
Brown, George, 1054, . . 
Brown, George A., . . . 
Brown, George J., ... 
Brown, George LeRoy, Captain, 

S. A. 

Brown, George Wilson, . . 
Brown, Helen Cornelia, 
Brown, Herbert T., 744, . 
Brown, James, .... 
Brown, Jane, (a) 1053, . . 
Brown, Jonathan Edwards, (a 
Brown, Jonathan, Jr., . . 
Brown, Laura Tiffany, 588, 
Brown, Leslie E., 743, . . 
Brown, Lucy Edwards, . . 
Brown, Mabel Pearl, 745, . 
Brown, Marietta Carpenter, 
Brown, Mary Elizabeth Tiffany, 734, 
Brown, Mary Jane Ingraham, 3093, 
Brown, Minnie, (b) 1056, . 
Brown, Nelson, 1052, . . 
Brown, Oscar, (b) 1053, . 
Brown, Phebe Tiffany, 1040, 
Brown, Rebecca Bowles, 
Brown, Sarah, (b) 1055, . 
Brown, Sarah, (c) 1054, 
Brown, Silas, (a) 1052, . . 
Brown, William, .... 
Brown, William, 1055, . . 
Brown, William, (b) 1054, . 
Brown, William Franklin, 741 

Bruce, Benjamin 

Bruce, Julia Eilen Tiffany, . 
Brundage, Adelbert J., (a) 1225a, 

Brundage, Ambrose F 

Brundage, Annetta (c) 1225a, 
Brundage, Arthur Tiffany, 1132a, 
Brundage, Daniel, .... 
Brundage, Ena Lillias, 1132, . 



FAG1. 

79 
79 
59 
79 
79 
59 
29 
69 
79 
79 
79 
79 
156 
29 

124 
124 
124 
59 
50 
79 
79 
79 
50 
69 
79 
59 
79 
69 
156 
79 
79 
79 
79 
79 
79 
79 
79 
69 
79 
79 
69 
166 
166 
91 
86 
91 
86 
91 
86 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



199 



FAGS. 

Brundage, Florence C, (e) 1226a, . 91 

Brundage, Freling, (b) 1225a, . . 91 

Brundage, George, (f) 1225a, ... 91 
Brundage, Harriet Newell Tiffany, 

1128, 86 

Brundage, Mary, (g) 1225 A, ... 91 

Brundage, Warren D., (d) 1225a, . 91 

Brundage, Wilmer M., (h) 1225a, . 91 
Brundage, Zelia Zerusha Adams, 

1225a, 91 

Bryant, Clara May, 97 

Bryant, Frederick, 97 

Bryant, Martha L. Corse, 1425, . . 97 

Buckingham, Abbie Wickwire, . . 131 

Buckingham, Archius Amander, 2028, 131 

Buckingham, Archius E., (a) 2028, . 131 

Buckingham, Celia A. Bailey, . . 131 

Buckingham, Edith Dorcas, (c) 2028, 131 

Buckingham, Elbert, (b) 2029, . . 131 

Buckingham, Elbert Elizur, 2034, . 131 

Buckingham, Ella Florence, (d) 2028, 131 

Buckingham, Ellen Minerva, (a) 2029, 131 

Buckingham, Ellen Minerva, (c) 2030, 131 

Buckingham, Ellen Proctor Smith, . 131 

Buckingham, Elmira Louisa, 2032, . 131 

Buckingham, Emma Jane, (c) 2029, . 131 

Buckingham, George Hiram, (b) 2028, 131 

Buckingham, Henry Elmer, 2030, . 131 

Buckingham, Herbert Sumner, 2033, 131 

Buckingham, Hiram Augustus, 2026, 131 

Buckingham, Isabel, (a) 2030, . . 131 

Buckingham, Jane Christie, . . . 131 

Buckingham, Jennie A., (b) 2033, . 131 

Buckingham, Joseph Alonzo, 2027, . 131 

Buckingham, Mary M., (a) 2033, . 131 
Buckingham, Millard Fillmore, (b) 

2030 131 

Buckingham, Minerva Tiffany, 2013, 131 

Buckingham, Nathan Newton, 2029, . 131 

Buckingham, Richard, 131 

Buckingham, Richard Tiffany, 2025, . 131 

Buckingham, Sarah E. Holt, . . . 131 

Buckingham, Ursula A. Watrous, . 131 

Bullen, Eliza Tiffany, 553, .... 47 

Bullen, Simeon 47 

Bunnell, George Hall, 1778, ... 117 

Bunnell, Lee Tiffany, 1777, ... 117 

Bunnell, Sarah Emily Tiffany, 1742, . 117 

Bunnell, Welcome L., 117 

Burdett, John 55 



Burdett, Sally Shute, .... 

Burdick, Anne, 307, 

Burdick, Harry Cheney, 305, . . 
Burdick, Irving, 306, .... 
Burdick, James T., Dr., . . . . 
Burdick, Susan Ellinda Tiffany, 255, 
Burke, Lucy Tiffany, 178, . . . 

Burke, Seth 

Burnes, George Read 



Burnes, Mary Elizabeth Ward, (c) 1119, 84 

Burr, James, 

Burr, Mary 

Bushman, Martin L., . . 
Bushman, Ruia H. Holden, (b)3325, 

Bushnell, Albert, 1923 

Bushnell, Alpame, 1916, . . . 

Bushnell, Ebenezer, 

Bushnell, Ebenezer, 1912, . . . 
Bushnell, Ebenezer, 1922, . . . 
Bushnell, Elizabeth Tiffany, 1836, 
Bushnell, Harriet, 1921, . . . 
Bushnell, Harriet Ann, (f ) 1923, 
Bushnell, Harriet Wadsworth Tyler, 
Bushnell, Henry Irving, (a) 1920, 
Bushnell, Herman Scott, (b'; 1924 
Bushnell, Hezekiah, .... 
Bushnell, Hezekiah, .... 
Bushnell, Horace, (e) 1923, . 
Bushnell, Isaiah, 1913, . . . 
Bushnell, James Clark, 1921, . 
Bushnell, James Hyde, (d) 1920, 
Bushnell, Jane Louisa, (g) 1923, 
Bushnell, Leonard, 1920, . . 
Bushnell, Liveria A. Sabin, 
Bushnell, Lucinda, 1915, . . 
Bushnell, Lucy Maria, (b) 1923, 
Bushnell, Lucy Tiffany, 1918, . 
Bushnell, Lydia H. Payne, . . 
Bushnell, Mary, 1914, . . . 
Bushnell, Mary Elizabeth, (b) 1920, 
Bushnell, Mary Emily, (d) 1923, 
Bushnell, Nancy, 1919, . . . 
Bushnell, Newton Wadsworth, 

1923, 

Bushnell, Olive Wells, . . . 
Bushnell, Payson K., (c) 1923, 
Bushnell, Sally Elliott, (a) 1924, 
Bushnell, Sally Roxana Hyde, 
Bushnell, Triphena Clark, . . 
Bushnell, William Herbert, (c) 1920, 



(« 



PAGH. 

55 



200 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



FAOB. 

Butler, Bertha Ettelle Tiffany, 837, . 68 

Butler, Byron S 68 

Butler, Carrie A. Tupper, .... 118 

Butler, Cynthia Adeline Tiffany, 1396, 113 

Butler, Ebenezer Weill, . . . . 113 

Butler, Elmer Weill, 1703, ... 113 

Butler, Evelyn M. Williami, ... 113 

Butler, Harry Tiffany, (a) 887, . . 68 

Butler, James J 153 

Butler, Lee Canfield, 1705, ... 113 

Butler, Lee Tiffany, (b) 837, ... 68 

Butler, Nellie G. Richardson, 3010, . 153 

Button, Dr., 181 

Button, Julia Baker Tiffany, 38, . . 181 

Cabot, Catherine Walei, 158 .. . 17 

Cameron, Roderick, Sir, .... 36 

Camp, Samuel, Captain, .... 53 

Camp, Tabitha Seymour 53 

Campbell, Frank, (e) 61, ... . 184 

Campbell, Jennie, (d) 51, ... . 184 

Campbell, Kathcrine R. McGinn, . 184 

Campbell, Louise Virginia Davison, . 184 

Campbell, Marshall Walter, 51, . . 184 

Campbell, Marshall William, (b) 49, 184 

Campbell, Martin Daniel, (b) 51, . 184 

Campbell, Martin Richard, 49, . . 184 

Campbell, Mary Glancy 184 

Campbell, Naomi Hubbell, ... 184 

Campbell, Oliver, 184 

Campbell, Valina Tiffany, 10, . . 184 

Campbell, Walter, (a) 61 184 

Campbell, William Henry, (c) 51, . 184 

Capron, Abigal Makepiece, ... 27 

Capron, Elisha 27 

Card, Elizabeth, 19 

Card, Joseph, 19 

Carey, Amanda Malvina Tiffany, 679, 57 

Carey, Anna L., 717 57 

Carey, Arthur Judd, 713, .... 67 

Carey, Clarence Livingston, 703, . 67 

Carey, Edward C, 716 67 

Carey, Ellen Louiia, 719 57 

Carey, Floisie, (a) 703 57 

Carey, Floyd, (b) 703 67 

Carey, George T., 705, ..... 57 

Carey, John F., 67 

Carey, Judson Wellington, 714, . . 67 

Carey, Lucinda Tiffany, 676, ... 67 

Carey, Orlando D., 715 57 

Carey, Willis Harrington, 718, . . 67 



FAGS. 

Carey, Ziba, 67 

Carpenter, Alonto, (c) 1206, ... 90 

Carpenter, Alpha Tiffany, 1233, . . 92 

Carpenter, Amherst, ..... 90 

Carpenter, Anna Davii Barney, . . 137 

Carpenter, Ann Eliza, 1470, ... 100 

Carpenter, Cassiui M 92 

Carpenter, Clair C, 1283 92 

Carpenter, Clara Grace, (c) 1470a, . 100 

Carpenter, Edmund, 137 

Carpenter, Edmund, (b) 2113, . . 137 

Carpenter, Edson Mack, 1473, . . 100 

Carpenter, Elias Newton 100 

Carpenter, Ella C. Tiffany, 1408, . 114 

Carpenter, Elmer Nelson, 1472, . . 100 

Carpenter, Elsie Josephine Perry, . 100 

Carpenter, Emma, (a) 2113, ... 137 

Carpenter, Esther Tiffany, 162, . . 17 

Carpenter, Fanny Sweet, 1206, . . 90 

Carpenter, Francis Wood, 2113, . . 137 

Carpenter, Frank, (c) 2113, ... 137 

Carpenter, Frank E., 1479, ... 100 

Carpenter, Gilbert Congdon, (f) 2113, 137 

Carpenter, Hannah, (i) 2113, ... 137 
Carpenter, Hannah Eliza Tiffany, 

1372 100 

Carpenter, Harriet Armington, (g) 

2113 137 

Carpenter, Homer Eugene, 1480, . 100 

Carpenter, Idelette, (e) 2113, ... 137 

Carpenter, Julia Swain, (h) 2113, . 137 

Carpenter, Lemira Tiffany, 2098, . 137 

Carpenter, Lewellyn, 1470a, . . . 100 

Carpenter, Lizzie E. Case, .... 100 

Carpenter, Lorenzo, (b) 1206, . . 90 

Carpenter, Lovisa, (d) 1206, ... 90 

Carpenter, Lucinda Ide, .... 35 
Carpenter, Lydia Amanda Tiffany, 

13G9, 100 

Carpenter, Maggie Wagner, . . . 100 

Carpenter, Mamie, (a) 1479, ... 100 

Carpenter, Mary, (d) 2113, ... 137 

Carpenter, Maude, (b) 1479, ... 100 

Carpenter, Miles D., ..... 84 

Carpenter, Minnie L., (b) 1470a, . 100 

Carpenter, Nelson, 114 

Carpenter, Olive Virginia Godding, 

(b) 1122a 84 

Carpenter, Samuel, ...... 17 

Carpenter, Sarah Tiffany, 2114, . . 137 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



201 



2176, 



lu 



Carpenter, Stephen E., (a) 1206, 

Carpenter, Stephen Emerson, . 

Carpenter, Winfred Perry, (a) 1470a, 

Carpenter, Zenas Bliss, . 

Carpenter, Zephia Pope, 

Carr, Judge, .... 

Case, Adelaide L., . . 

Case, Alice, 3007, . . 

Case, Ann Wallace Tiffany, 

Case, Ella Randall, . . 

Case, George A., 3004, . 

Case, George Wallace, . 

Case, Ida L., (b) 3000, . 

Case, Joel, 3000, . . . 

Case, Joel H., (f) 3000, . 

Case, Josie A., (c) 3000, 

Case, Leon M., (a) 3000, 

Case, Mabel R., (e) 3000, 

Case, Nelson, 3001, . . 

Case, Osmund, . . . 

Case, Sarah E. Talmadge, 

Case, Wallace, 2199, . . 

Case, Warren, (d) 3000, 

Caswell, Beal, (a) 11, . 

Caswell, David, (c) 11, . 

Caswell, E. C, Mrs., 

Caswell, John, (e) 11, . 

Caswell, John, Jr., . . 

Caswell, Joseph, (d) 11, 

Caswell, Keziah, (f) 11, . 

Caswell, Marcy, (b) 11, . 

Caswell, Mary Tiffany, 11, 

Caswell, Molly, (h) 11, . 

Caswell, Samuel, (g) 11, 

Chace, George D., 3270, 

Chace, Harry Augustus, 3269, 

Chace, Herman Levi, 3272, 

Chace, Levi S., .... 

Chace, Maggie Southerland, 

Chace, Mary Flowers, . . , 

Chace, Mary Louisa Tiffany, 3266, 

Chace, Myrtle Augusta, . . 

Chace, Vivian, (a) 3270, . 

Chadwick, Caleb, .... 

Chadwick, Jane Peake, 3230, 

Chamberlain, Edmund, 

Chamberlain, Elizabeth Kingsley, 

Champion, Anna Rowland, 

Champion Genealogy, . 

Champion, Lynde, . . 



PAGB. 

90 

100 

100 

36 

137 

62 

161 

162 

161 

151 

152 

151 

151 

151 

1, 152 

151 

151 

151 

152 

151 

151 

151 

151 

6 

5 

42 

6 

5 

6 

6 

6 

6 

5 

5 

164 

164 

164 

164 

164 

164 

164 

164 

164 

163 

163 

62 

52 

173 

189, 190, 191 

172, 189 



1678, 



Chapel, Frances Emma Wilber, (b) 

234, .... 
Chapel, George H., . . 
Charles, Cornelia J., 494, 
Charles, Frances Ann, 495, 
Charles, George S., 496, 
Charles, Janet Tiffany, 469, 
Charles Mary, 498, . . 
Charles, Mary Tiffany, 470, 
Charles, Stephen, . . . 
Charles, Stephen A., 493, 
Charles, Stephen D., 497, 
Charles, William, . . . 

Chase, Albert 

Chase, Dolly Ann Bush, 
Chase, Hannah N. Spencer, 
Chase, Josiah Dow, . 
Chase, Mary E., . . 
Chase, Wesley, . . 
Cheney, Huldah Tarbel, 
Cheney, Penuel, . . 
Child, Alia Wessey, . 
Child, Charles Gardner, 3105, 
Child, Emily Elizabeth, 3103, 
Child, Florence Josephine, 3102, 
Child, Frank Wilder, 3106, . 
Child, George Henry, . . . 
Child, George Henry, 3100, . 
Child, Josephine Tiffany, 3061, 
Child, Maria Louisa, 3098, . . 
Child, Orville Erastus, 3104, . 
Child, William Thomas, 3101, 
Clafflin, Allan, (b) 20, . . . 
Clafflin, Bethiah Tiffany, 20, . 
Clafflin, Ebenezer, .... 
Clafflin, Ebenezer, (a) 20, . . 
Clark, Almon, 3302, .... 

Clark, Amos L., 

Clark, Aurelius, 

Clark, Benjamin, 

Clark, Dudley, 

Clark, Hannah Tiffany, 1839, . 
Clark, Homer J., (b) 1745, . 
Clark, Jerome Austin, (a) 1746, 

Clark, Job, 

Clark, Lelia Eveline Buckingham, 

2031 

Clark, Luther, 3303 

Clark, Nancy Eliza Austin, 1746, 
Clark, Sarah Woodin, . , . 



PAGE. 



202 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



PAOE. 

Clark, Zenas M., 3301, ..... 166 

Clark, Zilpha, 3199, ...... 166 

Clifford, Arthur Edgar, (a) 1131, . . 86 

Clifford, Ena Brundage, (b) 1131, . 86 

Clifford, Eva Clair Brundage, 1131, . 86 

Clifford, Jesse Emory, 86 

Clute, Anna E. 24 

Clute, James, 24 

Coen, Jane Tiffany, 3202, .... 167 

Cocn, John, ...... \ . 167 

Cole, Alice Jerome Day, .... 66 

Cole, Dclos Orlando, 66 

Cole, Florence Tiffany, 882, . . . 0Q 

Cole, Henry Tiffany, 881, ... . 66 

Cole, Isabella Patchin Tiffany, 821, . 66 

Cole, Marie Louise, 880 66 

Coleman, Caroline J., 281, .... 20 

Coleman, Diana Tiffany, 218, ... 20 

Coleman, Elizabeth A., 282, ... 20 

Coleman, Stephen, 284, 20 

Coleman, Timothy, ...... 20 

Coleman, Timothy, 283, .... 20 

Colvin, Clara Maria Tiffany, 1980, . 130 

Colvin, H. M., 130 

Cone, Elias, Dr., 76 

Cone, Marilla Tiffany, 967, ... 76 

Conrad, Andrew W. 109 

Conrad, Charles H., 1648, .... 109 

Conrad, C. W 109 

Conrad, Ethel May, (a) 1646, ... 109 

Conrad, Lelia May Tingley, 1646, . 109 

Conrad, Leon DeForest, 1649, . . 109 

Conrad, Mary Priscilla Tiffany, 1616, 109 

Conrad, Nettie P., (b) 1646, ... 109 

Conrad, Walter T., (c) 1646, ... 109 

Cook, Eliza Jane Winslow, .... 184 

Cook, Esther, 25 • 

Cook, Russell, 184 

Coon, Delia Adeline, 3160, ... 160 

Coon, Reginald T., 160 

Coon, Scth W„ 160 

Cooper, Elizabeth Kingsley Tiffany, 

028, 63 

Cooper, James Fenimore, .... 126 

Cooper, William, ....... 63 

Corse, Asa Dodge, 1423, .... 97 

Corse, Uarba Effie, (a) 1423, ... 97 

Corse, Calvin 97 

Corse, Charles, (c) 1424, .... 97 

Corse, Clarence S., (b) 1423, ... 97 



PAGB. 

Corse, Clayton G., (c) 1423, ... 97 

Corse, Florence, (a) 1424, .... 97 

Corse, Hattie Burdick, 97 

Corse, Louisa Keep 97 

Corse, Mela Tiffany, 1362 97 

Corse, Miles Jerome, 1424, ... 97 

Corse, Monemia Stuart, .... 97 

Corse, Nellie (b) 1424, 97 

Corse, Rufus T., 1422, 97 

Corwin r Eveline Farrar, (a) 1121, . 84 

Corwin, Henry H., 84 

Coughnet, Abigail Tiffany, 21340, . 169 

Coughnet, William P., 169 

Countryman, Alice R. Peake, (b) 3247, 163 

Countryman, Daniel, ...... 163 

Courter, Charles, 42 

Courter, Helen Louise Lawyer, 490, . 42 

Crane, Aaron, 2151, 150 

Crane, Aaron, (b) 2151 150 

Crane, Aurelia Sibley (e) 2151, . . 150 

Crane, Austin, (c) 2151 150 

Crane, Dennison, (a) 2151, . . . 150 

Crane, Ebenezer, 150 

Crane, Gertrude Tiffany, 3077, . . 156 

Crane, Jemima Tiffany, 2136, ... 150 

Crane, Lucian V., 156 

Crane, Susan, (d) 2151 150 

Crane, Sybil Atkins, 150 

Crapser, Annie Mills Tiffany, 24, . . 180 

Crapscr, Charles Tiffany, 31, . . . 180 

Crapser, George Meigs, 34, ... 180 

Crapscr, Jonathan, 180 

Crapser, Mary Meigs, 32 180 

Crapser, Samuel Case, 33, . . . . 180 

Crispo, Frank W. S., 46 

Crispo, Mary Louise Gertrude Tiffany, 

546, 46 

Crocker, Lucy M., 70 182 

Crocker, Ludwig F., 182 

Crocker, Marion A. Tiffany, 64, . . 182 

Crozier, De Grey Fitzwilliam, ... 54 

Crozicr, De Grey Tiffany, .... 54 

Crozier, Georgia Maud Tiffany, 647, . 54 

Crozicr, Marilla Metzler, .... 54 

Crozier, William Henry, .... 54 

Crysler, George J., . . . . . . 167 

Cryslcr, Nancy Maria Fabun, 3318, . 167 

Culp, Achsah House, 894a, ... 67 

Culp, James B., 67 

Curtis, Abigail Tiffany, 3198, ... 166 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



203 



FAGB. 

Curtis, Amy Ann, 45, 183 

Curtis, Aiubah Tiffany, 8 183 

Curtis, Charles, 183 

Curtis, Charles, 48 183 

Curtis, Chloe Tiffany, 3337, ... 168 

Curtis, Frances Ann Tiffany, 518, . 44 

Curtis, George, 44 

Curtis, George, 3205, 166 

Curtis, Harrison, 3294, 166 

Curtis, Hudson, 3297, 166 

Curtis, John, 168 

Curtis, Mary Jane, 3298, .... 166 

Curtis, Melinda Bemis, 166 

Curtis, Miles, 3296, 166 

Curtis, Nancy Fahun, 166 

Curtis, Oliver, 46, 183 

Curtis, Oremus, 3299 166 

Curtis, Roxana, 47 183 

Curtis, Simeon 166 

Cushman, Jacob, 26 

Cutting, Franklin H., 13 

Cutting, Mary Hunter, 14 

Cutting, Nancy Howe Tiffany, 106, 13, 14 

Cutting, Sewall, 14 

Daggett, Lydia Tiffany, 13, . . . 5 

Daggett, Nathaniel, 5 

Daily, Susan S. Fabun, 3344, ... 169 

Daily, Thomas, 169 

Dalrymple, Isaac, 183 

Dalrymple, Valina Newbre, 41, . . 183 

Dana, Daniel H., 63 

Dana, Frank, 860, 63 

Dana, George Tiffany, 850, ... 63 

Dana, Harriet T., 859, 63 

Dana, Marion, 855 63 

Dana, Mary J., 858, 63 

Dana, Philinda Tiffany, 790, ... 63 

Dana, Sarah, 857 63 

Dana, Sophia Abel, 63 

Danielson, James, Gen., .... 37 

Darbe, Dorothy Tiffany, 2138, . . 150 

Dai be, Moses, 150 

Darrow, Amy Tiffany, 2150, ... 162 

Darrow, Cynthia Bruce, .... 162 

Darrow, Isaac, 162 

Darrow, John Tiffany, 3211, ... 162 

Davis, Adelaide Tiffany, 591, ... 50 

Davis, Albert Tiffany, (b) 3286, . . 165 

Davis, Ben Johnson, (a) 3286, . . 165 

Davis, Charity Sparks, 57 



MAS, 

Davis, Chauncey, 67 

Davis, E. R., 47 

Davis, George Washington, (c) 8286, 166 

Davis, J. A 93 

Davis, Jane Elizabeth Tiffany, 1244, 93 

Davis, John 50 

Davis, Julia Ann Tiffany, 3286, . . 165 

Davis, Louie J. Gillespie, 3352, . . 169 

Davis, Philip, 1281, 93 

Davis, Samuel, 169 

Davis, Serena Josephine Tiffany, 561, 47 

Davis, Washington, 165 

Davis, William 42 

Day, Charles, 27 

Day, Charles, . 35 

Day, Electa M. Peake, 3235, ... 163 

Day, Frank W., (a) 3235, .... 163 

Day, Orin W., 163 

Day, William D., (b) 3235, ... 163 

Dean, Elizabeth Nicholson, ... 41 

Dean, Nathan, 41 

Decker, Edwin M., . . . . ' . . 157 

Decker, Lydia Malvina Child, 3099, 166 

Degraff, Bell, (d) 1067, 79 

Degraff, Charles, 79 

Degraff, Elmer, (c) 1057 79 

Degraff, Georgie, (b) 1057, ... 79 

Degraff, Grant, (e) 1057 79 

Degraff, Lorinda, 1057, .... 79 

Degraff, Martin, (a) 1057 79 

Delamater, Eda Ward, 3168, ... 161 

Delamatcr, Jacob, ...... 161 

Denning, Ella J. Tiffany, 2174c, . . 151 

Denning, Watson, ...... 151 

Dennis, Daughter of Flavel Benjamin 

Tiffany, (i) 4, 185 

Dennis, George, ....... 185 

Denny, Anna Elizabeth Tiffany, 

675 56 

Denny, John, 56 

Denton, George S., 2070 134 

Denton, Lydia B. Tiffany, 2067, . . 134 

DeWitt, Edward, 747, 59 

DeWitt, Ellen Almira Tiffany, 735, . 69 

DeWitt, Gladys, 69 

DeWitt, Julian Foster, 69 

DeWitt, Lillian Gray 69 

DeWolf, Mary 2d, 2134F, . . . .* 169 

DeWolf, Matthew 169 

Dikeman, Polly Tiffany, 3181, . . 162 



304 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OP 



FAOl. 

Dikeman, William, 169 

Dilworth, Charles R., . . . . . 29 
Dilworth, Elisabeth Dwight Tiffany, 

355, 29 

Doane, Abram Justus, (a) 624, . . 50 

Doane, Augusta Williams, .... 50 

Doane, Betsey Rankin, (b) 624, . . 50 

Doane, Carl Cleveland, (b) 623, . . 50 

Doane, Daniel T., 624, 50 

Doane, Fannie S. Mack, .... 50 

Doane, Justice £., 623 50 

Doane, Justin, 50 

Doane, Justus Everett, (a) 623, . . 50 

Doane, Violette Tiffany, 695, ... 50 

Dodge, Benjamin John, ..... 49 

Dodge, Cora Angeline Tiffany, 1331, 95 

Dodge, Ellen Frances Malbone, . . 49 

Dodge, Lucien 96 

Doig, George Iron . 107 

Doig, Nellie J. Hawley, 1695, . . 107 

Doig, Ruth Ellen, 107 

Doloway, Emily Starr Farrar, (d) 

1121, 84 

Doloway, George S., 84 

Doocy, Clara Louise Butler, 1704, . 113 

Doocy, Edward, Judge 113 

Doremus, Sylva Ann Tiffany, (c) 

3322 167 

Doremus, William, 167 

Dowd, Frank Edward, 1167, ... 88 

Dowd, Iva Ellis, (a) 1167 88 

Dowd, Lulu Ladoma, (b) 1167, . . 88 

Dowd, Maria Emmons Tiffany, 1142, 88 

Dowd, Rosalie May Walker, ... 88 

Dowd, William Wickliffe, .... 88 

Downer, Arthur T„ 313, .... 24 

Downer, Catherine Wyman, ... 7 

Downer, David R 24 

Downer, Edith A., 312, .... 24 

Downer, John, Dr., 7 

Downer, Mary Adelaide Tiffany, 260, 24 

Draper, Chloe Tingley, 37 

Draper, Ida Adele, 42, 181 

Draper, Isaac, ........ 37 

Draper, Ormond, . 181 

Dresser, Amy Tiffany, 27 

Dresser, Charles C, ..... . 27 

Dresser, Elizabeth C Vliet, ... 27 

Dresser, Emily C. Tiffany, (b) 433, . 27 

Dresser, John Harvey, 27 



Dresser, Walcott Lewis, 
Du Boia, James Goelet, . 
Du Bois, Jane Cole Clarke, 
Dudgeon, Addie Boynton, , 



Dudgeon, Amanda Mai una Tiffany, 736, 59 



) 1292, 



448, 



Dudgeon, Amanda Pearl, 753, 

Dudgeon, Arthur Boynton, (b) 748, 

Dudgeon, Arthur F., 748, . 

Dudgeon, Callah, (a) 750, . 

Dudgeon, Edwin, 752, . . 

Dudgeon, Gladys, (a) 748, . 

Dudgeon, Hazel Pearl, (c) 748, 

Dudgeon, Herbert, (c) 750, 

Dudgeon, John A., 750, 

Dudgeon, Joseph, 

Dudgeon, Mary A. Woodall, 

Dudgeon, Maud, (b) 750, 

Duley, Eva Ladenberger, (c 

Duley, John 

Dunham, Charlotte Morse, 

Dunham, Eli A 

Dunham, James L., . . 

Dunham, Maria, (a) 448, 

Dunham, Marinda McMillan, 

Dunning, Orville, . . 

Dunning, Sarah Tiffany, 250, 
Durfee, Leila Weeden, . 
Durfee, Samuel Slater, 58, 
Durfee, Sarah Jane Slater, 46, 
Durfee, Thomas, Judge, 
Dwinnell, Adelia, 292, 
Dwinnell, Charlotte, . 
Dwinnell, Eveline Tiffany, 222, 
Dwinnell, Frances, 293, 
Dwinnell, William, 291, 
Dwinnell, Wright, . 
Dyer, Asa, Lieutenant, 
Dyer, Caroline Elizabeth, 43, 
Dyer, Edward Tiffany, 102, 

Dyer, Ezra, 

Dyer, Ezra, Dr., 103, . . 
Dyer, Ezra Cornish, . . . 
Dyer, Ezra Francis, 119, 
Dyer, George Jones, 118, . 
Dyer, Henry, Dr., . . . 
Dyer, Henry Lyman, 101, . 
Dyer, Louisa Tiffany, 42, . 
Dyer, Lucy Murrell Kempton, 
Dyer, Lyman Tiffany, 117, . 
Dyer, Ruth Ann Jennings, . 



pag a. 
27 
33 
33 
59 



60 

69 

69 

59 

60 

69 

69 

69 

69 

59 

69 

69 

94 

94 

37 

165 

37 

37 

165 

22 

22 

8 

8 

8 

8 

20 

21 

20 

20 



20 
12 
8, 12 
12 
12 
12, 13 
12 
13 
12 
12 
12 
8-12 
12 
12 
12 



THB TtFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



205 



FAQ«. 

Drer, William, IS 

Eastman, Adelaide & Allen, ... 83 

Eastman, Eliab Farrar, (d) 1118, . 83 

Eastman, Emery Moore, (c) 1118, . 83 

Eastman, Henrietta Farrar, 1118, . 83 

Eastman, James Oscar, (a) 1118, . 83 

Eastman, Lavinia Cruickshank, . . 83 

Eastman, Loren, 83 

Eastman, Lucina Farrar, .... 84 
Eastman, Lucina Farrar, (b) 1121, 83, 84 

Eccles, Edmund, . . 35 

Eccles, Margaret Asher, .... 35 

Edwards, Julia Tiffany, 3182, ... 162 

Edwards, Lucia Ransom, 863, . . 64 

Edwards, William 64 

Edwards, William 162 

Eiseman, Cbauncey Van Horn, 3113, 157 

Eiseman, Gertrude Amelia, 3114, . 157 
Eiseman, Mary Elizabeth Tiffany, 3096, 157 

Eiseman, Theodore, 157 

Eldridge, Anna, 21 

Ellis, Fay, 183 

Ellis, Polly Newbre, 43 183 

Ellsworth, Erne Ellen Tiffany, 1247, . 92 

Ellsworth, Elmer Ellington, ... 92 

Ellsworth, Emeline Pearl, 1261, . . 92 

Ellsworth, Merle, 1260, 92 

Ellsworth, Orla Duane, 1259, ... 92 

Elting, Charles, 28 180 

Elting, James Edward, 180 

Elting, James Frederick, 29, . . . 180 

Elting, James William, 25, ... 180 

Elting, Mary Eliza Tiffany, 23, . . 180 

Elting, Mary Moore, 26 180 

Elting, Samuel Case, 30, .... 180 

Elting, William, 27, 180 

Empet, Belle Potter, 1361, ... 96 

Empet, Florence, (a) 1361, ... 96 

Empet, Joseph, (b) 1361 96 

Empet, Thomas J., 96 

Engell, Anthony, 95 

Engell, Carrie M. Tiffany, 1802, . . 95 

Engell, Nettie, 1328 95 

Enos, Annie Kennedy, 182 

Enos, Ellen Tiffany, 67, .... 182 

Enos, Everett J., 72, 182 

Enos, Joshua J 182 

Enos, Laura E. Stanton, .... 182 

Enos, Mamie, 74, 182 

Enos, William H., 73, 182 



49, 



Estabrook, Elizabeth R Adams, 1466, 
Estabrook, Harry Sumner, . . 
Estabrook, Henry, .... 

Estes, Bert H., 

Estes, Nelly Agnes Campbell, (a 
Fabun, Chloe Susannah, 3314, 
Fabun, Eliza, (a) 3343, . . 
Fabun, Jane Tiffany, 3202, . . 

Fabun, John, 

Fabun, John, (b) 3343, . . 
Fabun, John Cyrus, 3343, . . 
Fabun, Julia, (f ) 3343, . . . 
Fabun, Mary Ann, 3317, . . 
Fabun, Mary G. Burnip, . . 
Fabun, Millie, (d) 3343, . . 
Fabun, Phebe Lenora, 3345, . 
Fabun, Phebe Tiffany, 3208, . 
Fabun, Rebecca Swanger, . . 

Fabun, Reuben, 

Fabun, Reuben Daniel, 3315, . 
Fabun, Susan, (c) 3343, . . 
Fabun, William, (e) 3343, . . 
Fabun, William Halsey, 3316, . 
Fabun, William Hand, 3346, . 
Fabun, Zenas Tiffany, 3313, . 

Farmer, Paul, 

Farnham, Elizabeth Phelps, (d) 
Farnham, Joseph N., 31, . . 
Farnham, Lora Louise, 32, 

Farnham, Lothrup 

Farnham, Stephen Lothrup, 27, 
Farnham, William Daniel, 28, 
Farnham, Zeruah Tiffany, 6, . 
Farrar, Charles Sumner, (f ) 1120, 
Farrar, Charlotte E. Howe, . 
Farrar, Daniel Milton, 1121, . 
Farrar, Dudley, (d) 1120, . . 
Farrar, Edgar Wallace, (d) 1116, 

Farrar, Eliab, 

Farrar, Eliab Moore, 1120, . 
Farrar, Elsie F. Gillespie, . 
Farrar, Emeline Stanley, . 
Farrar, Emily A. Humphrey, 
Farrar, Esther S. Hine, 
Farrar, Eugene Wellington, (b) 1117, 
Farrar, Frederick Humphrey, (e) 

1120 

Farrar, George, Rev., 41 

Farrar, George Chauncey, (c) 1120, . 84 
Farrar, Howe, (h) 1120, .... 84 



FAOS. 

99 

99 

99 

184 

184 

167 

169 

167 

168 

169 

168, 169 

169 

167 

169 

169 

169 

168 

167 

167 

167 

169 

169 

167 

169 

167 

7 

185 

183 

183 

183 

183 

183 

183 

84 

84 

84 

84 

83 

83 

84 

83 

83 

84 

83 

83 

84 



206 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



PAOB. 

Farrar, Jemima Tiffany, 1104, . . 83 

Farrar, Judwn Ward, (a) 1117, . . 83 

Farm, Julia Helen, (b) 1116, . . 83 

Farrar, Lorin Otto, (h) 1116, ... 83 

Fftirar, Lorin Tiffany, 1116, ... 83 

Farrar, Lucina, 1116, 83 

Farrar, Luther Thatcher, 1117, . . 83 

Farrar, Martha Jane Carpenter, . . 83 

Farrar, Mary Hartt 84 

Farrar, Mary L. Chandler, .... 83 

Farrar, Mary Sophronia, (c) 1116, . 83 

Farrar, Sarah A. Brainerd, ... 84 

Farrar, Sidney Clark, (f ) 1116, . . 83 

Farrar, William Henry, (g) 1120, . 81 

Fee, Alfred Whitney 164 

Fee, Louisa Tryon, 3028 164 

Field, Chester 129 

Field, Ellgar Rannay, 2002, ... 130 

Field, Isabel, 1998 130 

Field, Ithiel Richardson, 2001, . . 130 

Field, Nellie Dyer 130 

Field, Rhoda Tiffany, 2d, 1967, . . 129 

Field, Samuel L 130 

Field, Susan Emeline Tiffany, 1981, 130 

Fisher, Carrie Tiffany, 3073, ... 155 

Fisher, Elizabeth Tiffany, 21, . . . 6 

Fisher, John, Jr., 6 

Fisher, Montgomery, 165 

Fiske, J. B., 97 

Fiske, Mela Caroline Corse, 1420, . 97 

Fitzhugh, Bennett C, 42 

Fitzhugh, Sarah Phelps, 481, ... 42 
Follet, Alfred Judson, 1461, . . 98,99 

Follct, Arlington, 1453 99 

Follet, Arlington, 1456, .... 99 

Follct, Clara Ella, (a) 1450, ... 98 

Follct, Clarissa Tiffany, 1366, . . 98 

Follet, Cynthia Lorain, 1461, ... 99 

Follet, Cynthia M. Jay, 99 

Follet, Etta M., (b) 1451 99 

Follet, Frances Jane, (c) 1450, . . 98 

Follet, Frances Russell, (b) 1460, . 98 

Follet, Hattie Angeline, (e) 1450, . 98 

Follet, Helen Adeline Farrar, ... 99 

Follct, Jane Eliza Green 98 

Follet, John Walter, (a) 1451, . . 99 

Follct, Mary Emma, (d) 1450, . . 98 

Follet, Russell Gains, 1450, ... 98 

Follet, Walter 98 

Follet, Walter Arlington, 1469, . . 99 



PAOB. 

Follet, Walter Eben, (f) 1460, . . 98 

Follet, Warren Robert, 1460, ... 99 

Follett, Abbie, 766, 60 

Follett, Emerson, . 60 

Follett, Etta M., 762, 60 

Follett, Frank E., 761, 60 

Follett, George A., 764, .... 60 
Follett, Helen Adeline Farrar, (e) 

1116 83 

Follett, Mamie, 766, 60 

Follett, Mary E. Tiffany, 757, . . 60 

Follett, Russell, 763 60 

Follett, Warren S. 83 

Forbes, Arthur Leonard, .... 

Forbes, Elisha W 

Forbes, Eunice Everette Tiffany, 969, 

Forbes, Mary Koppler, 

Forbes, William F., 1026, .... 

Ford, Josephine, . 25 

Foster, Aitkin R., (f ) 1452, ... 99 

Foster, Clara B., (a) 1452, .... 99 

Foster, Cora, (d) 1452 99 

Foster, Edgar Mortimer 99 

Foster, Frank R., (c) 1462, ... 99 

Foster, Fred F., (b) 1452 99 

Foster, Grace, 1952 128 

Foster, Henry F., 1951, .... 128 

Foster, Ira Ernest, (e) 1462, ... 99 

Foster, Lucy Emeline, 1452, ... 99 

Foster, Mary Phinney Tiffany, 1944, 128 

Foster, William, 128 

Fowler, James K., 68 

Fowler, Sarah Brayton, ..... 58 
Fox, Betsey Annetta Woodworth, 

884 66 

Fox, Carrie Annette, (a) 884, . . 66 

Fox, Charlotte Leggett 9 

Fox, Henry, (b) 884, 66 

Fox, Wells B., Dr. 66 

Fox, William W. 9 

Frazer, Ann Eliza Peake, 3243, . . 163 

Frazer, Catherine M. Tiffany, 1946, 128 

Frazer, Celinda, (d) 3243 163 

Frazer, Daisy Fuller, 163 

Frazer, Ebenezer B., (c) 3243, . . 163 

Frazer, Ebenezer J., 163 

Frazer, John W„ 128 

French, Caroline Brintnell, ... 36 

French, Joseph, 35 

Frizella, Polly Tiffany, 1860, ... 121 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



207 



FAGS. 

Funnan, Amanda Tiffany, 828, . . 67 

Funnan, E. S., Rer. 67 

Furman, George, 891 67 

Gage, Amanda Curtis, 44, .... 183 

Gage, Julian, 183 

Gardner, Amos, 163 

Gardner, Frank E, 3021 .... 153 

Gardner, Fred O., 3020, .... 163 

Gardner, Henry, 3018, 153 

Gardner, Margaret Tiffany, 2182, . 153 

Gardner, Orville Tiffany, 3019, . . 153 

Gardner, Sarah A. Brown, 1058, . . 79 

Gardner, Willis, 79 

Gay, Caroline Malinda Tiffany, 14, . 184 

Gay, Edward N 184 

Gearhardt, Alice, 88, 177 

Gearhardt, George S., 87, . . . . 177 

Gearhardt, Ida May Tiffany, 78, . . 177 

Gearhardt, Jacob, 177 

Gearhardt, Paul, 89 177 

Gere, Mary Louise Sweet, .... 34 

Gere, Nathan Stanton 34 

Gibbs, Julia E. Tiffany, 1076, . . 81 

Gibbs, William O., 81 

Giddings, Florence Farnswortb, . . 153 

Giddings, Frank E, 2183d, ... 153 

Giddings, Frederick O., 2183c, . . 153 

Giddings, Grace G, 2183E, ... 153 

Giddings, Lorain, 153 

Giddings, Martha If., 2183a, ... 153 

Giddings, Mary E. Tiffany, 2183, . 153 

Giddings, Mary G, 2183b, ... 153 

Gidman, Cromwell G 152 

Gidman, Frances Case, 3005, . , . 152 

Gidman, H. Cubossie, (a) 3005, . . 152 

Gidman, Vernor F., (b) 3005, . . 152 

Gile, Mary D., 23 

Gillespie, Ann Tiffany, 3210, ... 169 

Gillespie, Bessie Cornwell, .... 169 

Gillespie, Bruce E., 3350 169 

Gillespie, Bun-el G, 3349 169 

Gillespie, Dorthea King, .... 169 

Gillespie, Florinda Cornprofat, . . 169 

Gillespie, Greeley A., 3353, ... 169 

Gillespie, Joseph S., 3348, ... 169 

Gillespie, Samuel S., 3351, ... 169 

Gillespie, Samuel W 169 

Gillet, Clarissa Jane Denny, 700, . 56 

Gillet, Ernest, (a) 700 56 

Gillet, Frankie, (c) 700 56, 57 



FAOm. 

Gillet, Justin, (e) 700, 67 

Gillet, Mareau, (b) 700, 56 

Gillet, Sadie, (d) 700 57 

Gillet, Willard, 56 

Gillett, Elbert, 61 

Gillett, Emergene Tiffany, 694, . . 61 

Gillette, Charles Howard, 654, . . 54 

Gillette, Charles S., 54 

Gillette, Dorothy Pope, (a) 654, . . 54 

Gillette, Edwin Tiffany, 652, ... 64 

Gillette, Emma, 657 54 

Gillette, Emma Frances Tiffany, 636, 54 

Gillette, George Pope, (b) 654, . . 54 

Gillette, Harry Camp, 656, ... 54 

Gillette, Hattie, 651, 54 

Gillette, Lewis Martin, 100 

Gillette, Lillian P 100 

Gillette, Lucy, 653, 54 

Gillette, Marion Pope, 54 

Gillette, Nettie Eveline Carpenter, 

1481 100 

Gillette, Norman, 655, 54 

Gilman, Helen Parris, 33 

Gilman, Z. Douglas 33 

Glendenning, Daughter of William 

M. Tiffany, 3251 164 

Glendenning, Robert 164 

Goddard, Levi Hart, 39 

Goddard, Mary Woodbridge Perkins, 39 

Godding, John, 84 

Godding, Luther Russell, (a) 1122a, 84 

Godding, Mary Perigo Farrar, 1122a, 84 

Goelzer, Lois Ladenberger, (b) 1292, 94 

Goelzer, William, 94 

Goodrich, Alexander Nelson, 1436, , 97 

Goodrich, Alma Ray, (d) 1440, . . 98 

Goodrich, Anson LeRoy, 1443, . . 98 

Goodrich, Bertie Henry, (b) 1444, . 98 

Goodrich, Blanche Elosia, .... 98 

Goodrich, Charles Tingley, 1441, . 98 
Goodrich, Charles Wellington, (f) 

1437 98 

Goodrich, Content, 1446, .... 98 

Goodrich, Cynthia, (d) 1437, ... 98 

Goodrich, Cynthia Armenia, 1438, . 98 

Goodrich, Cynthia Tiffany, 1363, . 97 

Goodrich, Dollie Adelaide Capron, . 98 

Goodrich, Earl Ashton, (a) 1444, . 98 

Goodrich, Edwin Butler, 1440, . . 98 

Goodrich, Effie Grace, (c) 1440, . . 98 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



Goodrich, Ell Butler, . . . 
Goodrich, Eli Jeremy, 1439, . 
Goodrich, Elizabeth Ann James, 
Goodrich, Ella, (e) 1437, . . 
Goodrich, Ella May, (a) 1446, . 
Goodrich, Elma May, (c) 1437, 
Goodrich, Elmer Charles, (b) 1441, 
Goodrich, Eugene Bruce, (e) 1440, 
Goodrich, Eva Idelia, (b) 1440, 
Goodrich, Frederick Earl, (b) 1446, 
Goodrich, George Herbert, (a) 1437, 
Goodrich, Hattie Eva, .... 
Goodrich, Julia Leona Barney 
Goodrich, Lena Ethlyn, (g) 1437, 
Goodrich, Leona Maud, (c) 1444, 
Goodrich, Libbie Jane Cushing, . 
Goodrich, Lillie May, (a) 1441, . 
Goodrich, Manzer Judson, 1444, . 
Goodrich, Marinda Idellie Bartholo 

mew 

Goodrich, Mary Erminie, ()») 1437, 
Goodrich, Mary Jane Dyer, . . 
Goodrich, Mildred Idell, (e) 1444, 
Goodrich, Myrtie Cynthia, (c) 1441, 
Goodrich, Permelia Jennie Hawley, 
Goodrich, Ransom David, 1445, . 
Goodrich, Sara Annie Very, . . 
Goodrich, Sarah Amelia Raught, 
Goodrich, Susan, (d) 1444, . . 
Goodrich, Wellington Marshall, 1437, 
Goodrich, Willis Capron, (a) 1440, 
Goodwill, Dewitt Clinton, 844, 
Goodwill, James Tiffany, 846, 
Goodwill, Johnson, .... 
Goodwill, Ruth Durkee Tiffany, 788, 
Gould, Carrie E., (b) 3292, . 
Gould, Cynthia Brisack, 3292, 
Gould, Grace, (g) 3292, . . 
Gould, Hannah E., (d) 3292, . 
Gould, James Garfield, (i) 3292, 
Gould, Julian W., (c) 3292, . 
Gould, Lizzie B., (h) 3292, . . 
Gould, Susie B., (f) 8292, . . 
Gould, Sylvia E., (e) 3292, . 

Gould, William, 

Gould, Willie C, (a) 3292, . 
Greenleaf, Edwin, 325, . . . 
Greenleaf, Leander, .... 
Greenleaf, Maryette, 324, . . 
Greenleaf, Minerva, 323, . . 



PAOB. 

97 
98 
97 
98 
98 
98 
98 
98 
98 
98 
98 
97 
98 
98 
98 
98 
98 
98 

98 

98 

98 

98 

98 

98 

98 

98 

98 

98 

97,98 

98 

63 

63 

63 

63 

166 

166 

166 

166 

166 

166 

166 

166 

166 

166 

166 

25 

25 

25 

25 



FAGS. 

Greenleaf, Miriam Tiffany, 865, . . 25 

Greenleaf, Tiffany H., 326, ... 25 

Greenleaf, Watson, 322, .... 25 

Griffin, Martin W. 153 

Griffin, Mary Minerva Richardson, 

3015 153 

Griffith, C. L., ....... 119 

Griffith, Mary Tiffany, 1802, ... 119 
Grimm, Caroline Matilda Tiffany, 

738 60 

Grimm, William, 60 

Grinnell, Amos, 1305, 94 

Grinnell, Angeline Tiffany, 1289, . 94 
Grinnell, Ella Josephine Carpenter, 

1478, 100 

Grinnell, Hannah Carpenter Farrar, 

1122 84 

Grinnell, Henry Edgar, .... 100 

Grinnell, Otis, 94 

Grinnell, Rufus 84 

Grossman, John H., 79 

Grossman, Lorena E. Brown, (b) 

1068 79 

Grover, Andrew, 4 

Guild, Everett E., Rev., .... 162 

Guild, Mary Emeline, 162 

Guild, Susan Pardee Darrow, 3216, . 162 
Habbin, Elizabeth Sarah Johnson 

Tiffany, 27 

Hager, Amanda Tiffany Trembley, 

452 37 

Hager, Mary Alexander, .... 38 

Hager, Stanbury, 38 

Hager, Thomas S., 37 

Hager, William 38 

Hale, Carrie D. Richards, 2071, . . 134 

Hale, Frank A., 134 

Hall, Albert, ....... 178 

Hall, Calvin 129 

Hall, Chloe Tiffany, 1963 129 

Hall, Elizabeth Kingsley Tiffany, 628, 63 

Hall, Franklin Dana, 63 

Hall, Glenna, 28 178 

Hall, Laura, 30 178 

Hall, Lewis, 27, 178 

Hall, Mary L. Tiffany, 21, . . . . 178 

Hall, Ora, 29, 178 

Hall, Percy Tiffany, 1877, .... 123 

Hall, William;' 123 

Hamilton, Harriet M. Tiffany, 1971, 129 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



209 



PAOB. 

Hamilton, Mary Joliffe Brace, . . 31 

Hamilton, Paul, 129 

Hamilton, William, Rev. 31 

Hampton, Martha L. Tiffany, 900, . 68 

Hampton, William W. 68 

Hanchette, Charlotte 23 

Hand, Nathan, 87 



2108, 



608, 



Hand, Noah Horace, 1148, . . . 
Hand, Roxey Seaver Tiffany, 1136, . 
Hannaford, Nancy W. Tiffany, 2068, 
Hannaford, Reuben M., . . 
Harbach, Agnes Sophia, 2129, 
Harbach, Charles Bemis, . . 
Harbach, Henry Franklin, 2128, 
Harbach, Mary Louisa Tiffany, 
Harding, Christina, . . 
Harding, Edward E., 
Harding, Viola Ada Tiffany, 1629, 
Harkell, Albert A., (b) 46, 
Harkell, Clyde E., (a) 46, . 
Harkell, Ella R. Tiffany, 46, 

Harkell, Oliver 

Harlkuers, Ella Frazer, (g) 3243, 
Harlkuers, Roland, . . 
Harmut, Cornelia Eva Blossom, 
Harmut, William, . . . 
Hart, Anna Case, 3002, . . 
Hart, Chester, (c) 3002, . 
Hart, Delos O., (d) 3002, . 
Hart, Ernest M., (b) 3002, 
Hart, George A., (a) 3002, 

Hart, Monroe, 

Hartt, Bertie C, (b) 1507, . 
Hartt, Janette Dean Tingley, 1607, 

Hartt, John, 

Hartt, Nellie A., (a) 1507, . 
Hatcher, Mary E. Marr, 
Hatcher, Robert A., . . . 
Havemeyer, Theodore, . . 
Hawks, Bertha E. Dudgeon, 751 
Hawks, Gertrude, (a) 751, . 
Hawks, James M., . 
Hawks, Pearl Irene, (b) 751, 

Hawkes, Ruth 

Hawley, Alice E., 1600, . 
Hawley, Anna M., 1598, . 
Hawley, Grace E., 1599, . 
Hawley, Harriet M. Tiffany, 1574, 
Hawley, J. Willis, 1697, . 
Hawley, Nelson J., Rev., . 



87 

87 

134 

134 

138 

138 

138 

138 

21 

110 

110 

173 

173 

173 

173 

163 

163 

43 

. 43 

. 152 

. 162 

. 152 

. 152 

. 152 

, 152 

. 101 

, 101 

. 101 

. 101 

. 175 

. 175 

36 

69, 60 

60 

59 

60 

17 

107 

107 

107 

107 

107 

107 



PAGE. 

Hazen, John, 89 

Hazen, Mary Tiffany, 1175, ... 89 

Heath, Isaac, 62 

Heath, Sally Tiffany, 780, .... 62 

Hebard, Leonard, 124 

Hebard, Persis Elizabeth Strong, . . 124 

Helpman, Irene Clark, 3304, ... 166 

Helpman, Martin, 166 

Henderson, Albert Sprague, 869, . . 64 

Henderson, Cornelia Stoneman, 868, 64 

Henderson, Edward Carr, 870, . . 64 

Henderson, Jessica Nye, 866, ... 64 

Henderson, Lucia Tiffany, 865, . . 64 
Henderson, Martha Yvonette Tiffany, 

805 64 

Henderson, McDonald Hyde, 867, . 64 

Henderson, William Wallace, ... 64 

Hendrix, Lewis Joy, .... 173, 190 

Hendrix, Luella S. Tiffany, 54, 173, 190 

Hettes, Josephine Quick, 1639, . . 109 

Hettes, J. S., 109 

Hibbard, Myrtilla 20 

Hicks, Ellen Ingraham, 3088, ... 156 

Hicks, Irwin, 156 

High, Adelaide, (a) 893, .... 67 

High, Eliza Ann House, 893, ... 67 

High, John, (b) 893 67 

High, Philip 67 

Hill, Albert, 151 

Hill, Angeline Elizabeth Tiffany, 

2157b, 151 

Hill, Carrie Tiffany, 1642, .... 110 

Hill, E. L, 109 

Hill, Hazel G 109 

Hill, Jane Augusta, (a) 2157b, . . 151 

Hill, Lizzie M. Tingley, 1658, . . 109 

Hine, Charles W., (c) 1224, ... 91 

Hine, David Larrabee, 91 

Hine, Edward Stephen Porter, (a) 

1224, 91 

Hine, Ettie S., (d) 1224, .... 91 

Hine, Frank, (b) 1224, 91 

Hine, James B., (f) 1224, .... 91 

Hine, Jefferson L., 78 

Hine, Lillie Josephine, (g) 1224, . 91 

Hine, Maud, (a) 1235 78 

Hine, May L., (e) 1224, .... 91 

Hine, Minnie Estclle Tiffany, 1035, . 78 

Hine, Murel, (b) 1035 78 

Hine, Polly Knight Adams, 1224, . 91 



210 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



Hoag, Betsey Tiffany, 264, . . 

Hoag, Hiram, 

Hoag, Miriam, 821 

Hobbs, Arlington L., 1689, . 
Hobbs, Chioe M. Tiffany, 1671, 
Hobbs, Emily Grace Sampson, 
Hobbs, J. C. Fremont, 1686, . 

Hobbs, John M. 

Hobbs, Joseph M., 1591, . . 
Hobbs, Lydia Belle Wood, . . 
Hobbs, Martha £., 1692, . . 

Hobbs, Nellie Faith J 

Hobbs, Nelson J., 1587, . . 
Hobbs, Wellington, 1590, . . 
Hobbs, Willie, 1693, .... 
Hocmelle, Katherine McLane Tiffany, 

405 

Hocmelle, Paul, .... 
Hocmelle, Robert Louis, 446, 
Hodges, Mercy, .... 
Hodges, Miriam, .... 
Hodgson, Fanny E., . . . 
Holdcn, Almira, (a) 3325, . 
Holden, Almira Rebecca Tiffany, 

3325, ..... 
Holden, Burrel), (f) 3325, 
Holden, George Tiffany, (d) 3325 
Holden, Giles, ..... 
Holden, Giles R., (c) 3326, 
Holden, Ivy Lenore, (h) 3325, 
Holden, LeRoy, (g) 3325, . 
Holden, Mira Dee, (i) 3325, 
Holden, Nellie May, (e) 3325, 
Holdcn, Vera, (j) 3325, 
Holdcn, Vcrna, (k) 3325, . 
Holt 
Holl 
I loll 
Holl 
Holl 
Holl 
Holl 
Holl 
Holl 
Holl 
Holl 
Holl 
Holl 
Holl 
Holl 



ster, Alta May, (c) 1733, 
ster, Amos Goodrich, . . 
ster, Amos G., (d) 1737, 
ster, Amos Preston, 1733, 

ster, Austin, 

ster, Berton S., (a) 1737, 
ster, Blanche, (b) 1737, . 
ster, Clair, (a) 1736, . . 
ster, Cora, (c) 1737, . . 
ster, Ella Boamer, . . . 
ster, Frank Harold, (d) 1733, 
ster, Glen, (b) 1736, . . 
ster, Hattie E. Kent, . . 
ster, Herbert Lee, (a) 1733, 
ster, Ida A. Smith, . . 



VAGI. 

24 
24 
24 

107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 

30 
36 
36 
20 
24 
21 
167 

167 
167 
167 
167 
167 
167 
167 
167 
167 
168 
168 
115 
115 
115 
115 
183 
115 
115 
115 
115 
115 
115 
115 
115 
115 
115 



Mm. 

Hollitter, Lydia Emellne Tiffany, 1410, 115 

Hollister, Orville Duane, 1737, . . 115 

Hollister, Stuart Lisle, (b) 1733, . . 115 

HoUister, William, 1736, .... 115 

Hollister, Zeruah Jane, 34, .... 183 

Holmes, Harriet N., (b) 3228, . . 163 

Holmes, Helen N., (a) 3228, ... 163 

Holmes, Henry, 163 

Holmes, Henry W., (c) 3228, . . 163 

Holmes, Lucinda Peake, 3228, . . 163 

Hooker, Eliezer Hoi lis, 175 

Hooker, Gertrude Hoi lis, 49, . . . 176 

Hooker, Lydia Hurlburt Tiffany, 34, 175 
Hooker, Mary Tiffany, 48, . . 175, 176 

Hooker, Miriam Horton, 50, . . . 176 

Hophner, Mr., 97 

Houghtaling, Luna R. Tiffany, 236, . 21 

Houghtailing, Peter 21 

House, Archibald Simcoe, (a) 892, . 67 

House, Asa McDunphy, (f) 892, . 67 

House, Barbara Alice Roszel, ... 67 

House, Bertha Beatrice, (a) 894, . . 67 

House, Edwin Morris, 894, ... 67 

House, Eliza Ellen, (e) 892, ... 67 

House, Fletcher, (i) 892 67 

House, Harry Hoyle, (b) 894, . . 67 

House, Hugh Lome, (h) 892, ... 67 

House, Isaac Alexander, .... 67 

House, James Philip, 892, .... 67 

House, Lora Bell, (k) 892 67 

House, Mary Artemisa, (b) 892, . . 67 

House, Morris Edwin, (c) 892, . . 67 

House, Rozel Manley, (j) 892, . . 67 

House, Sarah Ann Tiffany, 831, . . 67 

House, Swayze Allen, (g) 892, . . 67 

House, Thomas James, (d) 892, . . 67 

Howard, Asa Williams 60 

Howard, Charles 29 

Howard, Elizabeth Buck mi niter 

Dwight 29 

Howard, Julia Camp Tiffany, 756, . 60 

Howard, Norman Williams, 760, . 60 

Howell, Edward, 58 

Howlett, John, 51 

Hubbard, Charles S 182 

Hubbard, Kate, 60, 182 

Hudson, Amelia Tingley Tiffany, 

1390 Ill 

Hudson, John, Ill 

Hughes, Edward, 57 



THE TIFPANYS OF AMERICA, 



211 



Hall, Charles, .... 
Hull, Grace M. Carey, 706, 
Humphrey, Barnett Vernon, 
Humphrey, Frederick Vernon, 3081 
Humphrey, Lydia Adams, . 
Humphrey, Martha Augusta Tiffany, 

2187, 

Humphrey, William Oliver, 3032, 

Hunt, Helen F 

Huntley, Asher, * .... 
Huntley, Asher, 2166, . . 
Huntley, Asher, (d) 2166, . 
Huntley, Betsey, 2167, . . 
Huntley, Betsey Wilder Tiffany, 2141 
Huntley, Chauncey, (i) 2166, 
Huntley, Leonard, (c) 2166, 
Huntley, Leonard, 2169, . 
Huntley, Levi, 2168, . . 
Huntley, Levi A., (g) 2166, 
Huntley, Mary L., (a) 2166, 
Huntley, Nathan N., (b) 2166, 
Huntley, Phebe Hitchcock, 
Huntley, Sarah, (h)2166, . . 
Huntley, Sarah T., (e) 2166, . 
Huntley, William H., (f) 2166, 
Hurlbut, Edmund, .... 
Hurlbut, Eliza Robinson Tiffany, 
Hyde, Charlotte Cross, . . . 
Hyde, Lorena Abby Pelsne, 
Hyde, Nathan Hastings, . . 

Hyde, Salisbury, 

Ide, Althea Tiffany, 2091, . . 
Ide, Althea Tiffany, (h) 2100, . 
Ide, Annie Lucina, (k) 2100, . 
Ide, Caroline Lucina, (j) 2100, 
Ide, Charles Henry, (a) 2102, . 
Ide, Eva Thompson, (b) 2102, 
Ide, Frank Augustus, (fj 2100, 
Ide, George Abel, (b) 2100, . 
Ide, Henry Abel, 2102, . . . 
Ide, Henry Stone, (d) 2100, . 
Ide, Howard Emmons, (i) 2100, 
Ide, Sarah Ann Stone, . . . 

Ide, Sarah Mitchell 

Ide, Sarah Waterman, (e) 2100, 
Ide, Timothy Phinney, . . . 
Ide, Timothy Phinney, (a) 2100, 
Ide, Timothy Phinney, (c) 2102, 
Ide, Timothy Phinney, 2103, . 
Ide, Walter Everett, (g) 2100, 



33 



FAOK. 

57 

67 

164 

154 

154 

154 
154 
22 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
176 
176 
54 
62 
62 
54 
136 
136 
136 
136 
137 
137 
136 
136 
137 
136 
136 
136 
137 
136 
136 
136 
137 
137 
136 



Ide, William, 2100, .... 
Ide, William Tiffany, (c) 2100, 
Ingraham, Carrie Bell, . . . 
Ingraham, Carrie Maria, 3093a, 
Ingraham, Elsie May Parker, . 
Ingraham, Frank, 3091, . . 
Ingraham, George, 3092, . . 
Ingraham, Henry Downer, M. D, 
Ingraham, Lucia Tiffany, 809, 
Ingraham, Moses, .... 
Ingraham, Sally Tiffany, 3059a, 
Ingraham, William Henry, 3090, 
Ives, Sarah Tiffany, 560, . 
Ives, T. O 



749, 



Jackson, Omer J., ... 
Jackson, Winifred M. Payne, 
Jacobson, Erastus, . . . 
Jacobson, Philcna Frances Tiffany 

392, 

Jacobus, Sarah Tiffany, 1176, 
Jacobus, Thomas Jefferson, 
Jellard, Ella Dudgeon, 749, 
Jellard, Gladys, (b) 749, . 
Jellard, Harry, (c) 749, . . 
Jellard, Metta, (e) 749, . . 
Jellard, Myrtelle, (a) 749, . 
Jellard, Newton DeLarese, (d) 
Jellard, Robert H., . . . 
Jenks, Mary Arnold, . . 
Jenks, Stephen, .... 
Jennings, Clarence O., . . 
Jennings, Sabrina Tiffany, 1630, 
Johnson, Augustus Snow, . 
Johnson, E. K., .... 
Johnson, Frances Elizabeth, 
Johnson, Harriet A. Wilbcr, (a) 
Johnson, James D., . . , 
Johnson, Mary Jane Kinney, 
Johnson, Mary Tiffany, 3218, 
Johnson, Sarah Ann Noycs, 
Johnson, William H., . . 
Jones, Ada Julia Butler, 1703, 
Jones, Anne Shaw Tiffany, 350, 
Jones, Beatrice L. Pinkney, 435, 
Jones, Campbell Pinkney, 437, 
Jones, Charles, .... 
Jones, Dcguile T, (e) 848, . 
Jones, Delieu, (c) 848, . . 
Jones, Edward Bradley, . 
Jones, Edward Bradley, Jr., 436, 



234 



FAG*. 
136 

138 

156 

156 

156 

156 

156 

65 

65 

156 

156 

156 

47 

47 

94 

94 

35 



35 

89 

89 

59 

59 

59 

59 

59 

59 

69 

7 

7 

110 

110 

27 

21 

16 

21 

16 

16 

162 

27 

162 

113 

28, 29 

29 

29 

161 

63 

63 

29 

29 



212 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



Jones, Ernest G, . . . . . 
Jones, Ezra S., ..... 
Jones, George, . . . . . 
Jones, Harry Lee, 1780, . . 
Jones, James, (b) 848, . . . 
Jones, Jemima Ward, 3167, . 
Jones, Julietta Tiffany, 848, . 
Jones, Ltura T., (d) 848, . . 
Jones, Lillie Tiffany, 1720, 
Jones, Maria Sarah Tiffany, 36, 
Jones, Martha P., (f) 848, . . 
Jones, Mary Maria, (a) 848, . 

Jones, Philip T. 

Jones, Sarah Morgan Gilbert, . 

Jones, Uri, (g) 848 

Jones, William E., .... 

Joslyn, Abel, ...... 

Joslyn, Hannah Tiffany, 680, . 
Karby, Cclinda Peake, 8283, . 
Karby, George Marsden, . . 
Karby, George Marsden, (b) 3233, 
Karby, Lillie C, (a) 3233, 
Keith, Affa Tiffany, 7, . 
Keith, Lewis, .... 

Kcllum, Clinton Wheeler, (a) 8200, 

Kcllum, David L 

Kcllum, Grace C, (b) 3290, . 
Kellum, Lena Rivers, (d) 3290, 
Kcllum, Sylvia Brisack, 3290, 
Kellum, Thomas Barnes, (c) 3290, 
Kcmpton, Elizabeth Wain Smith, 
Kempton, James Coppack, . . 
Kenncston, Christian name unknown, 
Kcnneston, Martha A. Tiffany, 254, 
Kent, Archie, 1784, . . 
Kent, Brazilla, . . . 
Kent, Chaunccy, 116, . 
Kent, Clara E., (f) 1454, 
Kent, E. A., Dr., . . . 
Kent, Eliza Amelia Hollister, 1732, 
Kent, Elizabeth Pccney Follet, 1464, 

Kent, F. N 

Kent, Fred U., (c) 1464, 
Kent, Helen Chaunccy Tiffany, 
Kent, Herbert, 112, . . , 
Kent, Herbert V,, Major, . 
Kent, Ida May, (b) 1454, . 
Kent, J. Emma Tiffany, 1752, 
Kent, Kate C, (a) 1454, . 
Kent, Margaret, 113, . . 



02, 



faob. 

118 

181 

12 

115 

63 

161 

63 

63 

115 

181 

63 

63 

63 

12 

63 

115 

49 

49 

1(13 

103 

103 

103 

183 

183 

166 

100 

166 

166 

166 

166 

12 

12 

24 

24 

117 

99 

10 

99 

115 

115 

99 

117 

99 

10 

10 

10 

99 

117 

99 

10 



MOB, 

Kent, Minnie B., (d) 1454, ... 99 

Kent, Nellie L., (g) 1454, .... 99 

Kent, Sarela L. 115 

Kent, Vina, 1785, 117 

Kent, Virginia A., (c) 1464, ... 99 

Ketchum, David, 58 

Kctchum, Myrenda Blakely, ... 68 

Key, Beatrice Tiffany, 353, ... 29 

Key, Francis Scott, ...... 29 

Kibbe, Augusta Henrietta Lawyer, 

489 42 

Kibbe, Daniel H., Dr., 42 

Kilfern, Hannah Catherine Tiffany, 

558, 47 

Kilfern, J. R., 47 

Killian, Henrietta Justine Main, . . 184 

Killian, William 184 

Kinch, Anson Tiffany, (a) 3287, . . 166 

Kinch, Caroline Amelia Tiffany, 8287, 166 

Kinch, Hattic Eliza, (b) 3287, . . 166 

Kinch, Townsend, 166 

King, daughter of Flavel Benjamin 

Tiffany, (1) 6 185 

King, George 183 

King, George 185 

King, Jane Tillotson, 22, ... . 183 

King, Mary 24 

Kingery, Cyrenia M., (e) 3318, . . 167 

Kingery, Daniel, 167 

Kingery, Daniel William, (g) 3318, . 167 

Kingery, Halsey E„ (a) 3318, . . 167 

Kingery, Ida Selina, (c) 3318, ... 167 

Kingery, Lydia Idellia, (d) 3318, . . 167 

Kingery, Melissa May, (h) 3318, . . 167 

Kingery, Morenie M., (f) 3318, . . 167 

Kingery, Nancy Maria Fabun, 3318, 167 

Kingery, Rosetta Jane, (b) 3318, . . 167 

Kingsbury, Ephraim, 50 

Kingsbury, Nancy A. Tiffany, 698, . 50 

Knapp, Bradley, . 21 

Knapp, Charles L 107 

Knapp, I lat tie M. Hobbs, 1588, . . 107 

Knight, Mary Ann Hunter, ... 50 

Knight, Royal, 60 

Knox, J. II. Mason, Rev., . . , .39 

Knox, Louise Wakcman, .... 39 
Krusc, Emma Catherine Tiffany, 

1033, 77, 78 

Kruse, Ferdinand C 78 

Kruse, Harry, (c) 1033, .... 78 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



218 



MM 

Knue, Laura Christine, (b) 1038, 78 

Kruse, Lloyd Arthur, (a) 1033, . . 78 

La Baa, Mary Alisha Vanderbilt, . 12 

La Bau, Nicholas Bergasse, ... 12 

Ladd, Lacy, 21 

Ladenberger, Fred., 94 

Laden bergcr, Helen, (a) 1292, . . 94 

Ladenberger, Sarah Tiffany, 1292, . 94 

Lane, Keziah Tiffany, 17, ... . 5 

Langdon, J. T., 91 

Langdon, Lavinia Thacher, (c) 1209, 91 

Langlier, Isaac, 50 

I^anglier, Julia Le Mai, 60 

Lapp, Edwin Levi 184 

Lapp, Jennie Valina Gertrude Camp- 
bell, (0 51, 184 

Larey, Betsey Jane Child, 3097, . . 156 

Larey, William M 156 

Lawyer, August Frederick, 486, . . 42 

Lawyer, Cordelia, 492 42 

Lawyer, Demosthenes, 485, ... 42 

Lawyer, Elizabeth Applegarth, . . 42 

Lawyer, Madison, 488, 42 

Lawyer, Sarah Alexander, .... 42 

Lawyer, Sarah Tiffany, 464, ... 42 

Lawyer, Thomas, General, . ... 42 

Lawyer, Thomas Henry, 487, ... 42 

Lawyer, Tiffany, 491 42 

Leach, Betsey Tiffany, 3072, ... 155 

Leach, Burt 155 

Leath, Mary Frazer, (a) 3243, . . 163 

Leath, Robert, 163 

Lee, Betsy Elizabeth Tiffany, 10, . 179 

Lee, Christopher, 179 

Lee, Frances Ann Tiffany, 518, . . 44 

Lee, George Creighton, 44 

Lee, George Tiffany, 525, .... 44 

Lee, Sarah Creighton, 44 

Lee, William, 524, 44 

Lee, William Hayes, 44 

Leighton, Calista Caroline Tiffany, 

1125 86 

Leighton, Ebenezer, 86 

Leland, Clarence Albert, 84, ... 177 

Leland, Ellcs B., 83, 177 

Leland, Emma, 82 177 

Leland, Ethel Grace, 86, .... 177 

Leland, J. J 177 

Leland, Sarah A. Tiffany, 76, . . . 177 

Lennon, Charming, ...... 179 



FAoa. 

Lennon, Lucy R. Tiffany, 36, . . . 179 
Leonard, Althea Ide, (b) 2101, 186, 187 
Leonard, Anna Mary Eastman, (e) 1118, 84 

Leonard, Caleb M., 84 

Leonard, Charles Henry, (a) 2101, . 136 

Leonard, Daniel Hodges, .... 136 

Leonard, Flora Hodges, (d) 2101, . 137 

Leonard, Mary Ann Bullock Ide, 2101, 136 

Leonard, Mary Ide, (c) 2101, ... 137 

Lindley, Bathsheba Tiffany, 161, . . 17 

Lindley, Benjamin, 17 

Lindsey, Edwin E., (a) 1200, ... 85 

Lindsey, Ernest Leroy, (b) 1200, . 85 

Lindsey, James E., 1197 85 

Lindsey, Mary Jane, 1198, .... 85 

Lindsey, Mary Oresta Goss, ... 85 

Lindsey, Melinda Tiffany, 1114, . . 86 

Lindsey, Myron W 86 

Lindsey, Olney Tiffany, 1199a, . . 85 

Lindsey, Pardon Tillinghast, 1200, . 86 

Lines, Calista Caroline Tiffany, 1126, 80 

Lines, Frederick, . 86 

Litchfield, Arthur Breed, (d) 1870, . 122 

Litchfield, Charles Tiffany, (b) 1870, 122 

Litchfield, Edward H., (c) 1871, . . 122 

Litchfield, Edwin Clark, 1871, . . 122 

Litchfield, Egbert Delos, 1873, . . 122 

Litchfield, Elcctus Backus, 1870, . . 122 

Litchfield, EUsha 122 

Litchfield, Elisha Cleveland, 1869, . 122 
Litchfield, Elizabeth Ten Eyck, (a) 

1869 122 

Litchfield, Erasmus Darwin, 1872, . 122 

Litchfield, Frances H., (b) 1871, . . 122 

Litchfield, Grace D., (e) 1871, . . 122 

Litchfield, Grace H. Hubbard, . . 122 

Litchfield, Hannah Maria Breed, . . 122 

Litchfield, Heloise Maria, (e) 1870, . 122 

Litchfield, Henry Cleveland, (c) 1869, 122 

Litchfield, Henry Percy, (d) 1871, . 122 

Litchfield, Jacob Ten Eyck, ( b ) 1869, 122 

Litchfield, Mary Eliza, (c) 1870, . . 122 

Litchfield, Mary Hubbard 122 

Litchfield, Mary Smith, (a) 1871, . 122 

Litchfield, Mary Ten Eyck, ... 122 

Litchfield, Percy Tiffany, 1866, . . 122 

Litchfield, William Backus, (a) 1870, 122 

Longmate, Bernice A., 729, . . . 68 

Longmate, Cecil R., 730 68 

Longmate, Ethel N., 728, .... 68 



214 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



TAG*. 

Longmate, Gertie F. Tiffany, 720, . 68 
Longmate, Richard N., . . . . . 68 
Longworthy, Annie E. Russell, (b) 

8307, 166 

Longworthy, Frank, 166 

Lord, Caroline Chase Tiffany, 116, . 11 
Lord, Edith Tiffany, 97, ... . 11 

Lord, Frederick R 11 

Low, Edward . 47 

Low, Maggie Van Patten, 673, . . 47 
Lyon, Florence Tiffany, (c) 232, . . 21 

Lyon, William 21 

Mabille, Adeline C. Morrison, . . 35 

Mabille, Philippe F., 35 

Madden, Henry, 177 

Madden, Jannetta E. Tiffany, 90, . 177 

Main, George D., 184 

Main, Martha Jane Campbell, 60, . 184 
Malbone., Daniel Tiffany, 697, . . 49 
Malbone, Evan Hutchins, .... 49 
Malbone, Evelina Steadman, 696, . 49 
Manning, Sally Tiffany, 675, ... 49 
Manzer, Christopher, ..... 96 
Manzcr, Olivia Potter, 1356, ... 96 
Mm can, Hattie Adelaide Tiffany, 1498, 101 

Marean, John S., . 101 

Marsh, Salem, Captain, ..... 51 

Marsh, Susan Brown, 61 

Martin, Esther Viall Tiffany, 2093, . 137 

Martin, Sullivan 137 

Marvin, Albert Curtis, 3273, ... 164 
Marvin, Alice Augusta, (a) 3281, . 105 
Marvin, Amarilla C. Stetson, ... 164 
Marvin, Andrew J., 8279, .... 165 

Marvin, Anier J. Weed 165 

Marvin, Anna E. Blood, .... 165 
Marvin, Ann Amanda, (b) 3273, 164, 165 
Marvin, Annie Bell, (m) 3277, . . 165 

Marvin, Asa C 91 

Marvin, Benjamin Thomas, (a) 3277, 165 
Marvin, Cora Bell, (d) 3281, ... 165 
Marvin, Curtis Tiffany, (c) 3273, . . 165 
Marvin, Dency Eugenia, (e) 3277, . 165 
Marvin, Dency Tiffany, 3193, ... 165 
Marvin, Dency Tiffany, (c) 3284, . 165 
Marvin, Edward Eells, (g) 3277, . . 165 
Marvin, Eleanor Augusta, (d) 3273, . 165 
Marvin, Elizabeth Sinclair, (a) 3284, 166 
Marvin, Eliza Flora, (b) 8281, . . 165 
Marvin, Francis Eugene, (e) 3278, . 166 



TAOM. 

Marvin, Francis Eugene, (i) 8277, . 165 

Marvin, Frederick Foote, 3282, . . 166 

Marvin, Harriet Eliza Weed, ... 166 

Marvin, Harry Fitch, (e) 3284, . . 165 

Marvin, Hector Sinclair, (d) 3284, . 165 

Marvin, lsabelle Sinclair, .... 165 

Marvin, James Root, (I) 3277, . . 165 

Marvin, Jennie E. Hall, .... 166 

Marvin, Joseph, 164 

Marvin, Joseph Th»mas, 3280, . .165 

Marvin, Julia Ann Fitch, .... 165 

Marvin, Julia Fitch, (c) 3281, ... 165 

•Marvin, Julius Seneca, (Q 3277, . . 165 

Marvin, Lillian, (j) 3277 165 

Marvin, Lucius, (d) 3277 165 

Marvin, Mary Aletta, (h) 3277, . . 166 

Marvin, Mary Jane Eells, .... 165 

Marvin, Mary More, (b) 3284, . . 165 

Marvin, Mary Selina Adams, 1228, . 91 

Marvin, Matthew Weed, 3284, . . 165 

Marvin, Melvin Knox, (a) 3273, . . 164 

Marvin, Minnie Dency, 165 

Marvin, Nathan Hanford, (c) 3277, . 165 

Marvin, Nathaniel Curtis, 3281, . . 165 

Marvin, Nathaniel Curtis, (e) 3281, . 165 

Marvin, Polly Tiffany, 3190, ... 164 

"■Marvin, Samuel Edwin, (b) 3277, . 165 

Marvin, Sylvia, 3278, 165 

• Marvin, Thomas, 165 

Marvin, Thomas Corwin, (a) 3279, . 165 

Marvin, Thomas Edwin, 3277, . . 165 

Marvin, William, 3276 165 

Marvin, William, (k) 3277, ... 165 

Marvin, William H., (b) 3279, . . 165 

Mather, Edwin Turner, 66 

Mather, Frances Amelia Tiffany, 52, 182 

Mather, James Harvey, 66 

Mather, Sally Loretta Woodworth, 

883, 66 

Mather, S. W. 182 

Matsim, Martha Tiffany, 2060, . . 134 
Matsim, son of Martha Tiffany (2060), 

2063, 134 

Matsim, William 134 

Matsim, William Tiffany, 2062, . . 134 
Matthews, Eliza Elmira Farrar, (a) 

1120 84 

Matthews, Zenus U 84 

Maxwell, Ellen Peake, 3234, ... 163 

Maxwell, George, 163 



THB TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



215 



MM, 

McCarthy, Eliza Ann Tiffany, 640, . 46 

McCarthy, William, 46 

McDowell, Anna D., 1101, ... 81 

McDowell, Archibald F., . . . . 81 

McDowell, Bertha, 1102, .... 82 

McDowell, Emily, 1100, .... 81 
McDowell, Roselia F. C Tiffany, 

1071, 81 

McDowell, William J., 1103, ... 82 

McHarg, Charles K., Rev., ... 127 
McIIarg, Harriet Bradford Phinney, 

1933 127 

McLane, Catherine Mary Milligan, . 36 

McLane, Louis, Hon., 36 

McMillan, James, 165 

McMillan, Marinda Williams, 3274, . 165 

McNiel, Carrie, 14 

McNiel, James, 14 

McNiel, Sarah Burlingame, ... 14 

Mead, Eliza Baxter, 14 

Mead, Isabella Eliza 14 

Mead, William Cooper, D. D., Rev., 14 

Merrill, Arlene, 104 

Merrill, E. W., 104 

Merrill, Grace Pearl Tiffany, 1652, . 104 

Metcalf, Annie Cutting, 123, ... 14 

Metcalf, Bryce, (b) 123, .... 14 

Metcalf, James Betts, 14 

Metcalf, James Whiting, .... 14 

Metcalf, Mabel, (a) 123 14 

Metcalf, Maria Caroline Belts, . . 14 

Michael, Benjamin F., (d) 982, . . 75 

Michael, Charles W., (f) 982, ... 75 

Michael, David Aulden, (c) 982, . 75 

Michael, David & 74 

Michael, Harrie, (h) 982 76 

Michael, Howard G., (g) 982, . . 75 

Michael, Jennie Bell, (b) 982, ... 75 
Michael, Mary Eva, (a) 982, . . 74, 75 

Michael, Sarah Ann Pickering, 982, . 74 

Michael, W. W., (e) 982 75 

Middlemas, Henry, 163 

Middlemas, Jennie Frazer, (e) 3243, 163 

Miller, Andrew H., 84 

Miller, Clara Read Roe, (c) 1123, . 84 

Miller, Elida, 3262 164 

Miller, Emeline Tiffany, 3188, . . 164 

Miller, Emma Maria Roe, (a) 1123, . 84 

Miller, George, 3259, 164 

Miller, James, 3257 164 



MM, 

Miller, John, 162 

Miller, John, 164 

Miller, John, 3258, 164 

Miller, Marcus 3260, 164 

Miller, Mary, 3261 164 

Miller, Phebe Tiffany, 8224, ... 162 

Mills, Abraham, 180 

Mills, Angcline Z. Hill, (b) 2157b, . 151 

Mills, Charles, 20, 180 

Mills, Edward M 161 

Mills, Elizabeth Ropes Upton, . . 180 

Mills, Elizabeth Tiffany, (b) 19, . . 180 

Mills, Frederick, (a) 19, .... 180 

Mills, Mary Goss, 180 

Mills, Mary Sisson Tiffany, 18, . . 180 

Mills, Robert, 19 180 

Mills, Robert C, D. D., Rev., . . 180 

Mills, Sarah Watts, 180 

Mitchell, Alfred 39 

Mitchell, Alfred, Rev 39 

Mitchell, Alfreda, 463, 39 

Mitchell, Annie Olivia Tiffany, 417, . 39 

Mitchell, Arthur, 3083 156 

Mitchell, Blanche, 3084, .... 156 

Mitchell, Charlie Tiffany, 454, . . 39 

Mitchell, Jennie Johnson, .... 156 

Mitchell, Julia M. Tiffany, 3057, . . 156 

Mitchell, Leroy, 3082 156 

Mitchell, Lucretia Mumford Wood* 

bridge 39 

Mitchell, Stephen Mix 39 

Mitchell, T. A 166 

Mock ridge, Louise Van Inwagcn, 

3024 154 

Mockridge, Whitney, 154 

Money, F. H 134 

Money, Mary E Hannaford, 2072, . 134 

Moore, Augustus Olcott, .... 29 

Moore, Demis Watrous, .... 69 

Moore, Harriet Cornelia Green, . . 29 

Moore, Joseph, 59 

Morgan, Elmer, 32 172 

Morgan, Horace, 70 

Morgan, Mary Tiffany, 13 172 

Morgan, Maud Emily Whitney, 940, 70 

Morgan, William, 172 

Morgan, William, 31 172 

Morse, Charles Henry, 449, ... 37 

Morse, Eliza Tiffany, 411, .... 37 

Morse, Joel, 183 



216 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



»AO». 

Morse, Lucinda Brewster, .... 87 

Morie, Lurana Tiffany, 4, . . . . 183 

Morse, Nathan Brewster, Judge, . . 87 

Morse, Nathan Brewster, 460, . . 87 

Morse, Peter 87 

Moser, Carrie E., 1810, 118 

Moser, Clarinda A. Tiffany, 1481, . 118 

Moser, Gideon, 118 

Moser, Orville B., 1808, .... 118 

Moser, Wallace Gideon, 1809, . . 118 

Mowrey, Albert, 387 20 

Mowrey, Charles, 290, 20 

Mowrey, Cornelia E., 289, .... 20 

Mowrey, Emily A., 288, .... 20 

Mowrey, Helen T„ 286 20 

Mowrey, Julia M., 286, ..... 20 

Mowrey, Luna Tiffany, 219, ... 20 

Mowrey, Mercy 20 

Mowrey, Solomon, 20 

Moyes, Emily M 28 

Murray, Charles, 24 

Murray, James Ormsbee 16 

Murray, James Ormsbee, 161, ... 16 

Murray, Juliet Richards Haughton, . 16 
Murray, Maria Louisa Tiffany, 134, 16, 16 

Murray, Mary M. Tiffany, 262, . . 24 

Murray, William Haughton, Dr., . 16 

Myers, Betsey Tiffany, 897a, ... 68 

Myers, La Grange, 901a, .... 68 

Myers, Lillian, 900a, 68 

Myers, William, 68 

Myers, William, 902a, 68 

Nceley, Hattie May Brundage, 1138, 86 

Neeley, John Robert, ..... 80 

Newbre, Alfa Tiffany, 7, .... 188 

Newbre, Albert 183 

Newbre, Albert, 42 183 

Newbre, Diana, (b) 89, 163 

Newbre, John 183 

Newbre, John, (a) 89, 183 

Newbre, Leonard, 40, 183 

Newbre, Martha Tiffany, .... 183 

Newbre, Martha Tiffany, 89, . . . 183 

Newell, Abby, 432 26 

Newell, Ann Eliza Tiffany, 1017, .•/-. 76 

Newell, Horatio, 431, 26 

Newell, Philena Tiffany, 383, ... 26 

Newell, Samuel, ....... 26 

Newell, Samuel, Jr., 430, .... 26 

Newell, Samuel, / 76 



Newton, Florence Amelia Tiffany, 

1743, 

Newton, Samuel Everett, . . . 

Nicholson, James, 

Nicholson, Nettie Gillespie, 3347, 
Nickerson, Emma Tiffany, (b) 1294, 
Nickerson, William, . 
Nightingale, Horatio R. 
Nightingale, Mary Slater Rhodes, 
Noakes, Caroline E. Tiffany, 237, 
Noakes, Spencer, 



Norcross, Dimpel Arabella Field, 2000, 130 

130 

97 

96,97 



Norcross, Wilbur, .... 
Norris, Alice H. Hall, . . . 
Norris, Alma, N. M., (b) 1418, 
Norris, Almon, (b) 1417, . . 
Norris, Amasa Chase, 1418, . 
Norris, Betsey Tiffany, 1351, . 
Norris, Cordelia, (c) 1417, . . 
Norris, Eleanor, (e) 1417, . . 
Norris, Eliza M. Clark, . . . 
Norris, Emma N., 1419, . . 
Norris, Emmons, (c) 1418, . . 
Norris, Gilford Ward, (f) 1417, 
Norris, Grace Birdsall, . . . 
Norris, Huldah Steenbach, . 
Norris, Ida C. Keen, . . . 
Norris, Joseph Henry, (g) 1417, 
Norris, Louise, (d) 1417, . . 
Norris, Lucinda, (a) 1417, . . 
Norris, Mayron Jay, (d) 1418, 
Norris, Nathaniel, .... 
Norris, Sarah L. Knowlton, . 
Norris, Thomas T., 1417, . . 
Norris, Willis Clark, (a) 1418, 
Northam, Arline, 658, . . . 
Northam, Carl Harvey, 662, . 
Northam, Charles Harvey, . . 
Northam, Edwin Tiffany, 669, 
Northam, Hanford M., . . . 
Northam, Harriet Lewis Tiffany, 
Northam, Hattie Tiffany, 661, 
Northam, Jennie Elizabeth Hyde, 
Northam, Marcy H. Chace, 
Northam, Russell Chace, 660, 
Nortman, Mary Tiffany, 637, 
Nortman, William, . . . 
Norton, Adaline Tiffany, 9, 
Norton, George, .... 
Nutter, Margaret, .... 



62, 



638, 



»aoi, 

117 

117 

169 

169 

94 

94 

8 

8 

21 

21 



96 
96 
96 
96 
96 
97 
97 
96 
97 
96 
96 
96 
96 
96 
97 
96 
96 
96 
96 
64 
64 
64 
64 
64 
64 
64 
64 
64 
64 
46 
46 
178 
178 
26 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



217 



Mm. 

Nye, Alice Holme. Tiffany, 9116, . 157 

Nye, James P., 157 

Oakley, Allie Rosetta, 1689, ... 112 

Oakley, Emery T. 112 

Oakley, Laura Ann Tiffany, 1672, . 112 

Oakley, Stella M., 1690, .... 112 

Oldham, Laura Ella Tiffany, 836, . 68 

Oldham, Milton Jackson, .... 68 

Olin, Adeline, 277 20 

Olin, Benjamin, 274, 20 

Olin, Christopher, 275, 20 

Olin, Franklin, 277 j£, 20 

Olin, Gideon, 20 

Olin, Hclim, 276, 20 

Olin, Henry 19 

Olin, J. Dwinnell, 280 20 

Olin, Justin, 20 

Olin, Mary, 19 

Olin, Mary, 278, 20 

Olin, Mercy, 279 20 

Olin, Polly Tiffany, 214, .... 20 

Oriatt, Eugene Edward, (a) 3006, . 152 

Oriatt, George 152 

Oriatt, Julia A. Case, 3006, ... 152 

Oriatt, Lucea Crawford, (b) 3006, . 152 

Osborne, Eloise Cameron, 2134 R, . 170 

Osborne, George L., 170 

Osborne, Hattie M. Tiffany, 2134L, . 170 

Osborne, Robert Scott, 2134s, . . 170 

Otis, Chester 50 

Otis, Emelaide Tiffany, 592, ... 50 

Otis, Everett, 620 50 

Otis, Frank, 621 50 

Otis, Lawyer Tiffany, 619 50 

Otis, May McDonald, 60 

Packer, Hannah Eliza Tiffany, 1448, 102 

Packer, William Hamilton, . . . 102 

Page, Ella Henrietta Tiffany, 2188, . 154 

Page, Eulalie Bright, 3034, ... 154 

Page, John Bright, 154 

Page, Thomas LeRoy, 3033, ... 154 

Palmer, Addie Dora, (e) 1195, . . 85 

Palmer, Caroline Tiffany, 11, . . . 179 

Palmer, Clara Ann, (b) 1195, ... 85 

Palmer, George Alonzo, (c) 1195, . 85 

Palmer, John Lee, (f) 1195, ... 85 

Palmer, Lulu Emma, (a) 1195, . . 85 

Palmer, Mary Alice, (d) 1195, . . 85 
Palmer, Mary Ophelia Waterman, 

1195 85 



Palmer, Simeon, 

Palmer, T heron, 

Parker, Augusta P. Gardner, (a) 1068, 
Parker, Benjamin, .... 
Parker, Betsey E. Tiffany, 1970, 
Parker, Caroline Selden, 56, . 
Parker, Charlotte Fox Tiffany, 91 

Parker, Harvey, 

Parker, Helen Margaret, 110, . 
Parker, John M., . . . . . 
Parker, Lucretia, 55, ... 
Parker, Lucretia M. Tiffany, 50, 
Parker, Morgan, 111, . . . 
Parker, Thomas D., . . . • 
Parks, Elizabeth Ingraham, . 

Parks, John, 

Parsons, Abel, Jr., ... . 
Parsons, Clary Tiffany, 1968, . 
Patchen, Azuba Tiffany, 2143, 

Patchen, Jared, 

Pattent, Charles, (b) 1149, . . 
Pattent, Delia, (f) 1149, . . 
Pattent, Eleanora, (j) 1149, . . 
Pattent, Elsie, (g) 1149, . . 
Pattent, Frances Lamirs, (c) 1149, 
Pattent, Fred, (k) 1149, . . 
Pattent, Frederick, .... 
Pattent, Grace, (h) 1149, . . 
Pattent, Martha Jane, (d) 1149, 
Pattent, Mary Maria, (a) 1149, 
Pattent, Sidney, (i) 1149, . . 
Pattent, William, (e) 1149, . 
Pattent, Zelia Whiting, 1149, . 
Payne, Amanda Maria Viney, . 
Payne, Anna Laura, (c) 1020, 
Payne, Clara Carey, 712, . . 

Payne, Clary, 

Payne, Ellsworth, 

Payne, George L, .... 
Payne, George Leonard, 1021, 
Payne, Henry Wellington, 1022, 
Payne, Laura Ann Tiffany, 968, 
Payne, L. May Grinncll, 1306, 
Payne, Loudica May Grinncll, 
Payne, Mary Eveline, (b) 1020, 

Payne, Oliver, 

Payne, Sarah Bowman, . ' . . 
Payne, Vangeline, (a) 1020, . 
Payne, William Augustus, 1020, 
Peake, Ada M., (i) 3247, . . 



218 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



Peake, AdelU Robinson, .. 

Peake, Agnes Tompkins, . 

Peake, Albert D., 8250, . 

Peake, Albert D., (c) 3260, 

Peake, Albert E., (e) 8247, 

Peake, Andrew A., 3229, . 

Peake, Burton, (d) 3229, . 

Peake, Celinda, (a) 3245, . 

Peake, Celinda Tiffany, 8185, 

Peake, Charles F„ 0) 3247, 

Peake, Clarence, (e) 3229, . 

Peake, Cora Winters, . . 

Peake, Desire Irwin, . . . 

Peake, Dewitt, (f) 3247, . 

Peake, Edwin, (e) 3250, . 

Peake, Ella R. Ladd, . . 

Peake, Erwin, (b) 3229, . 

Peake, Eunice Bagley, . . 

Peake, Eva I., (g) 3247, . 

Peake, Evalena, (c) 3236, . 

Peake, Evelyn, (d) 3250, . 

Peake, Hannah Tiffany, 3188, 

Peake, Harriet Smith, . . 

Peake, Inez E., (b) 3245, . 

Peake, Ira, ...... 

Peake, Ira R., 3220, . . . 

Peake, Irving, (c) 3246, . 
Peake, James M., (b) 3250, 
Peake, Jennie, (a) 3229, . 
Peake, Jennie Sampson, . 
Peake, Kate May, (b) 3227, 
Peake, Laurens, (a) 3250, . 
Peake, Letha May, (b) 3236, 
Peake, Lillian, (b) 3246, . 
Peake, Lottie, (e) 3245, . 
Peake, Mabel S., (a) 3236, 
Peake, Mamie A., (f) 3245, 
Peake, Martha A., (c) 3245, 
Peake, Martha McLaury, . 
Peake, Mary Rroughton, . 
Peake, Mary Harder, . . 
Peake, Millard F., (a) 3247, 
Peake, Nettie A., (d) 3245, 
Peake, Oliver P., 3227, . . 
Peake, Oliver Walter, (a) 8227, 
Peake, Robert Bruce, 3245, 
Peake, Roland L., (h) 3247, 
Peake, Roswell L., 3247, . 
Peake, Viah, (a) 3246, . . 
Peake, Walter, (c) 3229, . 



163 

163 

164 

164 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

164 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

164 

163 

1K3 

163 

163 

163 

163 

164 

163 

163 

163 

164 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

164 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 



PAOB. 

Peake, Walter C. 168 

Peake, Walter C, 8236, .... 163 

Peake, Warren P., 3246 163 

Pearce, Cornelius, 172 

Pearce, Ferris, 28, ...... 172 

Pearce, Louisa, 24, ..... . 172 

Pearce, Lucy Tiffany, 11, .... 172 

Pearce, Marzett, 25, 172 

Pearce, Pathum, 26, 172 

Pearce, Pauline E., 27, 172 

Pearson, Catherine Tiffany, 636, . . 45 

Pearson, Elizabeth, (c) 536, ... 45 

Pearson, George, (a) 536 45 

Pearson, Gustavus, (b) 536, ... 45 

Pearson, Judge, 45 

Peck, Alonzo Hamilton, .... 130 

Peck, Carrie, 2004 130 

Peck, Martha Eleanor Tiffany, 1982, 130 

Pellett, Anna Parkes, 55 

Pellett, Jesse, 65 

Perigo, Abbe Thatcher, 85 

Pcrigo, Charles, 85 

Perigo, Charles, 161 

Pcrigo, John Tiffany, 1134, ... 85 

Perigo, Laura Ward, 3169, ... 161 

Perigo, Marietta, 1135, 85 

Perigo, Marvin Theodore, (b) 1134, . 85 

Pcrigo, Mary Tiffany, 1108, ... 85 

Perigo, Sarah Oakley, 85 

Perrigo, Abby Thatcher, 1714, . . 114 

Perrigo, Florence, (d) 1714, ... 114 

Perrigo, Ida, (a) 1714, 114 

Perrigo, Marvin T., 114 

Perrigo, Ruby May, (b) 1714, . . 114 

Perrigo, Sadie, (c) 1714, .... 114 

Perry, Abner, 50 

Perry, Arthur Cecil Fox, 86a, ... 9 

Perry, Charles Benjamin, .... 9 

Perry, Charles Egbert, 9 

Perry, Charles Langdon, 83, . . . 9 

Perry, Commodore 36 

Perry, Egbert Benjamin, 85a, ... 9 

Perry, Isabel Tiffany, 56, ... . 9 

Perry, Kenneth Roberts, 86, . . . 9 

Perry, Lyman D., 85, 9 

Perry, Margaret 17 

Perry, Marianne Langdon Roberts, . 9 

Perry, Mercy Hill, 60 

Perry, Reginald, 87, 9 

Phelps, Ansel, 8 



THE TIFFASYS OF AMERICA, 



219 



NO, 

8 

49 

41,42 

8 

41 

42 

. 163 

8 

. 163 

41 

. 163 

8 
. 163 
. 163 
. 163 
. 163 

8 
. 42 

8 
41,42 
. 163 
. 185 
. 185 
. 185 
. 185 
. 185 
. 127 
. 127 
. 126 
. 127 
. 126 
. 127 
. 127 
. 126 
. 126 
. 127 
Phinney, Nancy Whiting Tiffany, 1926, 126 



Phelps, Ansel, (b) 89, . , 
Phelps, Augustas A., 482, . 
Phelps, Catherine Tiffany, 460, 
Phelps, Charles, .... 
Phelps, Danforth, Rev., 
Phelps, Edwin, 484, . . . 
Phelps, Edwin S., (a) 3231, 
Phelps, Ethel, (c) 89, . . 
Phelps, Florence, (c) 3231, 
Phelps, George D., 479, . 
Phelps, Georgetta A., (e) 3231, 
Phelps, Helen Minerva Stowe, 89, 
Phelps, Irving, (b) 3231, . 
Phelps, John B., . . . . 
Phelps, Julia A., (0 3231, . 
Phelps, Julia Peake, 3231, . 
Phelps, Lydia Paige, . . 
Phelps, Mary D., 483, . . 
Phelps, Stowe, (a) 89, . . 
Phelps, William, 480, . . 
Phelps, William H M (d) 3231, 
Philps, Eunice Tiffany, 3, . 
Philps, Franklin, .... 
Philps, James Duane, (b) 3, 
Philps, Lewis, (a) 3, . . . 
Philps, Mary E., (c) 3, . . 
Phinney, Alexander Stewart, 
Phinney, Ann W., 1934, . 
Phinney, Caroline Martha Cooper, 
Phinney, Charles John, (d) 1931, 

Phinney, Elihu, 

Phinney, Elihu, 1932, . . . 
Phinney, Frederick, (c) 1931, . 
Phinney, Henry, (a) 1931, . . 
Phinney, Henry Frederick, 1931, 
Phinney, John L. T., 1935, . 



Phinney, Sarah L. Stewart, 
Phinney, Susan Cooper, (b) 1931, 
Pickering, Alden Sheldon, 983, 
Pickering, Belva, (a) 984, . . 
Pickering, Bertha, (b) 983, . . 
Pickering, Celia May, (a) 1168, 
Pickering, Ellen Ehrgood, . . 

Pickering, Emery G 

Pickering, George Wellington, (a) 
Pickering, Leona Maude, (b) 1168, 
Pickering, Marantha Pepper, 
Pickering, Mary Tiffany, 974, 
Pickering, Mildred, (b) 984, 



983, 



127 
126 
75 
75 
75 
88 
76 
88 
75 
88 
68 
74 
75 



MO, 

Pickering, Mina Peck, 75 

Pickering, Nathaniel, 68 

Pickering, Sarah Myrtle Dowd, 1168, 88 

Pickering, William, 74 

Pickering, William Frederick, 984, . 75 

Pierce, Aimee Louis, (e) 8283, . . 165 

Pierce, Annie Shepard, (d) 3283, . . 165 

Pierce, Charles, 37, 172 

Pierce, Cyrus M., 157 

Pierce, Delilah Tiffany, 19, ... 172 

Pierce, Dency Tiffany, (b) 3283, . . 165 

Pierce, Eliza C, (c) 3283, .... 165 

Pierce, Eliza Crane Marvin, 3283, . 165 

Pierce, Flossie, 35, 172 

Pierce, Frank, 36 172 

Pierce, James, 165 

Pierce, Lydia Lovica Tiffany, 3061b, 157 

Pierce, Mary Metcalf, (a) 3283, . . 165 

Pierce, Robert A., Jr., 172 

Piercy, A. L., Dr., 95 

Piercy, Arthur Claire, 1340. ... 95 

Piercy, Ethel Roy, 1337, .... 96 

Piercy, Jessie Adeline Tiffany, 1329, 95 

Piercy, Jessie M., 1339 95 

Piercy, Oscar Vcstcr, 1338, ... 95 

Pinney, Julia E. Peck, 2003, ... 130 

Pinney, Marcus A., 130 

Pinney, Raymond Alonzo, .... 130 

Porter, Albert B., 873 65 

Porter, Coralyn, 876 65 

Porter, Elizabeth Deacon Alrich, . 15 

Porter, Harold Brynberg Tiffany, 160, 15 

Porter, Jane Mead, 131 15 

Porter, Joseph, 875, 65 

Porter, Louis, 874, 65 

Porter, Louisa Augusta Tiffany, 2d, 

816 65 

Porter, Nathan S., 65 

Porter, Peter Brynberg, 15 

Porter, Placentia Tiffany, 813, . . 66 

Porter, Thomas Alrich, .... 16 

Porter, William H 65 

Potter, Albert, 1354 96 

Potter, Buel, 1355 96 

Potter, Charles, 1358 96 

Potter, Ira, 1357 96 

Potter, Lorinda Tiffany, 1342, . . 96 

Potter, Noah, 96 

Potter, Olive Sheldon, 19 

Potter, Peter, 1360, 96 



220 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



?AOH. 

Potter, Tlngley, 1869, 96 

Powell, Sarah C. Ainsworth, 799, . 63 

Powell, William 63 

Poynten, Ida M., (c) 1058, .... 79 

Poyntcn, John W., 79 

Pratt, A. Judson, 181 

Pratt, Bentley Tiffany, 3192, ... 167 

Pratt, Edward Judson, 8119, ... 157 

Pratt, Elizabeth Boynton 157 

Pratt, Franklin H., 157 

Pratt, Hattie Gibson, 157 

Pratt, Hazel, 157 

Pratt, Helen Annet Tiffany, 86, . . 181 

Pratt, Henrietta, (a) 3122 157 

Pratt, Howard A., 3121 157 

Pratt, Laura, (b) 3122 157 

Pratt, Laura Theresa Tiffany, 3064, . 157 

Pratt, Marion Henrietta, 3120, . . 157 

Prest, George, Jr., 182 

Prest, Martha Maria Tiffany, 66, . . 182 

Preston, Elizabeth A 23 

Prince, Henry, 49 

Prince, Maryetta Malbone, 698, . . 49 

Pringle, James D., ..... . 46 

Pringle, Mary Frazer, ..... 46 

Pruitt, C. W 95 

Pruitt, Ida Rachel Tiffany, 1330, . . 95 

Purdy, Abraham, ....... 65 

Purdy, Caroline Stanley Farm, (b) 

1120 84 

Purdy, Charles, (c) 684, .... 66 

Purdy, Ella, (b) 684, 65 

Purdy, Elsie, (a) 684, 65 

Purdy, Emily Marcella, 684, ... 55 

Purdy, William B., 84 

Quick, Arthur, 1640, . . . . . 109 

Quick, Clara M., (b) 1637, ... 109 

Quick, Devillo S., 1637, .... 109 

Quick, Esther Amanda Tiffany, 1614, 109 

Quick, Floyd A., (a) 1637 109 

Quick, Frankie Henry, 109 

Quick, Harlow S 109 

Quick, Ira Arthur 109 

Quick, Lucy L. Penny, 109 

Randall, Cora R. Peake, (d) 9247, . 163 

Randall, James, 163 

Randolph, Herrick, 63 

Randolph, Ruth Ainsworth, 798, . . 63 

Ransom, Albert, 862a, 64 

Ransom, Eunice Tiffany, 796, ... 64 



MOB. 

Ransom, Harry B., 64 

Ransom, Wallace B., 861a, ... 64 

Raught, Alfred Judson, (d) 1466, . 99 

Raught, Arthur M., (b) 1466, . . 99 

Raught, Bertha R., (c) 1466, ... 99 

Raught, Bessie, (h) 1455 99 

Raught, Blanche, (g) 1455, ... 99 

Raught, Clara E., (f) 1465, ... 99 

Raught, Frank Tiffany, (i) 1456, . . 99 

Raught, Harriet Finch Follet, 1465, 99 

Raught, Myron, 99 

Raught, Myron, (e) 1455 99 

Raught, Walter H., (a) 1455, ... 99 

Read, Albert Clarence, (b) 388, . . 34 

Read, Annan, 26 

Read, Charlotte Maria Tiffany, 388, . 34 

Read, Elijah Robinson, 35 

Read, George Tiffany, (a) 388, . . 34 

Read, Lewis L., 34 

Read, Lucinda Augusta Carpenter, . 35 

Redficld, Adelia Emeline, (a) 1116, . 83 

Redfield, William B., 83 

Reed, Content Tiffany, 341, ... 28 

Reed, John A., 28 

Reed, John A., 434 28 

Resseguie, Adah Emeline Chamber' 

lain, 66 

Resseguie, Angeline Marenda Wood- 
ward, 688 66 

Resseguie, Charles Wesley, ... 66 

Resseguie, Eugenie Gertrude, (b) 688, 66 

Resseguie, Franklin Fitch, (b) 701, . 67 

Resseguie, George Everett, (a) 688, . 66 

Resseguie, George Reed, .... 60 

Resseguie, Hattie M. Ehrgood, . . 60 

Resseguie, Helen Louise Denny, 701, 57 

Resseguie, Homer J., (c) 701, . . . 67 

Resseguie, Olin Freeman, (a) 701, . 67 

Resseguie, William Emory, ... 67 

Resseguie, Willis Woodward, ... 66 

Reynolds, Florence, (b) 246a, ... 22 

Reynolds, James, 22 

Reynolds, James, (d) 246a, ... 22 

Reynolds, Susan, 22 

Reynolds, Susan R. Tiffany, 246a, . 22 

Reynolds, Wallace, (c) 246a, ... 22 

Reynolds, Wells, (a) 246a, ... 22 

Rhinehart, Alvin 164 

Rhinehart, Hazel Chase, (a) 3271, . 164 

Rhinehart, Helen Odell Chase, 3271, 164 



THE TIPPANYS OP AMERICA. 



221 



PAOft. 

Rhinehart, Howard Leri, (b) 8071, . 164 

Rhodes, Abby Goodwin, 67, . . . 6 

Rhodes, Alice 63, 8 

Rhodes, Alma Louise Carey, 704, . 67 

Rhodes, Amos Jenks, ..... 8 

Rhodes, Bernice, (a) 704, .... 67 

Rhodes, Charles Crawford, 61, . . 8 

Rhodes, Chauncey, 67 

Rhodes, Esther Slater, 65, ... . 8 

Rhodes, Hannah Wilkinson, 66, . . 8 

Rhodes, Hannah Wilkinson Slater, 48, 8 

Rhodes, Harriet Maria Aborn, . . 8 

Rhodes, Henry Albert, 8 

Rhodes, John Francis, 68, ... . 8 

Rhodes, Maud Tiffany, 64, ... . 8 

Rice, Addie M., 1496, 101 

Rice, Arthur Judson, 1494, ... 100 

Rice, Betsey Norris Tiffany, 1375, . 100 

Rice, Elizabeth W., (b) 1492, ... 100 

Rice, Frederick E., 1492 100 

Rice, Hannah Krauss, 101 

Rice, Hattie M., 1497 101 

Rice, Horace E., (a) 1492, .... 100 

Rice, Horace M 100 

Rice, Lillie M. Heaton 100 

Rice, Mary E Follett, 100 

Rice, William De Forest, 1493, . . 100 

Richards, Mitchell 134 

Richards, Nancy W. Tiffany, 2068, . 134 

Richardson, Brayton, (e) 952, ... 73 

Richardson, Caleb 73 

Richardson, Caleb, Jr., 952, ... 73 

Richardson, Caleb Coy, (c) 952, . . 73 
Richardson, Catherine Ann Tiffany, 

2134k 170 

Richardson, Clara F., 3017, ... 153 

Richardson, Elizabeth F., 1716, . . 114 

Richardson, Esther Tiffany, 941, . • . 73 

Richardson, Frederick, 13, . . . . 187 

Richardson, Huldah Hatch, ... 73 

Richardson, Joseph D 114 

Richardson, Lee, (b) 952, .... 73 

Richardson, Lemuel, Rev., .... 153 

Richardson, Lillian, 12 187 

Richardson, Lucy E. Tiffany, 1407, . 114 

Richardson, Lyman, (a) 952, ... 73 
Richardson, Martha Minerva Tiffany, 

2181, 163 

Richardson, Mary 17 

Richardson, Mary Ann Tiffany, 8, . 187 



Richardson, Maud Alice, 2134o, . . 
Richardson, Nellie A. Rice, . . . 
Richardson, Orlo Duane, 2134r, . . 

Richardson, O. W. 

Richardson, Preston, (d) 952, . . . 

Richardson, R. E,, 

Richardson, Robert Tiffany, 2134Q, . 
Rivenburgh, Hattie E. Tiffany, 1721, 
Rivenburgh, Sidney, Rev., . . , . 

Rivenburgh, Viola, 1731 

Robertson, Alsena Tiffany, 1864, . . 
Robinson, Chloe Bradish, . . . . 
Robinson, Elizabeth Smith Tiffany, 

1902, 

Robinson, Gain, Dr., 

Robinson, John, Rev., 

Roe, Clarissa Balcomb Farrar,1123, . 

Roe, Daniel T. 

Roe, Henrietta Eastman, (b) 1123, . 
Rogers, Alice Estella Farrar.(g) 1116, 
Rogers, Catherine Maria Tiffany, 971, 
Rogers, Edward Wells, . . . 
Rogers, Ellen Augusta, 1031, . 
Rogers, Eva Adeliza, 1029, . 
Rogers, Henry Archibald, . . 
Rogers, Susie Bailey Tiffany, 46, 
Rogers, William L., . . . . 
Rogers, William Ixonard, 1030, 
Rolluff, Cynthia Ward, 3172, . 

Rolluff, Henry 

Romaine, Jennie, 

Root, Clara Frances Wales, 152, 
Root, Elihu, Hon., .... 
Ross, Frances A. Tiffany, 472, 
Ross, Frances Ann Tiffany, 636, 

Ross, L. W., 

Ross, Matilda Tiffany, 1651, . 

Ross, William, 

Ross, W. C 



Rowe, Edna C. Tiffany, 1091, . 
Rowe, George H., .... 
Russell, Abigail Tiffany, 3307, 

Russell, Arthur, 

Russell, Cordelia Clark, 3305, . 
Russell, Elizabeth Tiffany, 964, 
Russell, Gardner, 1012, . . 
Russell, Hattie, 1014, . . . 
Russell, lone G., (a) 3307, . 

Russell, Jerome 

Russell, Orelana, 1013, . . . 



FAG*. 

170 
170 
170 
170 

73 
170 
170 
115 
115 
116 
121 

44 

125 
44 

125 

84 

84 

84 

83 

77 

77 

77 

77 

181 

181 

83 

77 

161 

161 

25 

17 

17 

43 

45 

109 

109 

43 

45 

80 

80 

166 

166 

166 

76 

76 

76 

166 

76 

76 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



9AOM, 

Russell, Orremls, 1015, 76 

Russell, William, 166 

Rymond, Emeline A. Bloomfield, 

1680, ......... Ill 

Rymond, John W., HI 

Sabine, Hannah Morse, 26, ... 183 

Sabine, James, 183 

Samson, P., 178 

Samson, Samantha Tiffany, 16, . . 178 

Sanford, Emma Lucille Otis, 622, . 60 

Sanford, Frank L., 60 

Satterthwaite, Mary Gillespie, 8364, 169 

Scott, Betsey Tiffany, 3105, ... 166 

Scovell, Nancy Valina Campbell, 52, 184 

Scovcll, Thomas, 184 

Scamans, Elbert C, 1607 112 

Scamans, Henry T., ...... 112 

Scamans, Homer T., 1696, . . . 112 
Scamans, Rosetta Amelia Tiffany, 

1676, 112 

Sccly, Homer 183 

Secly, Orra Lovina, 33 183 

Shaiier, Frances Amelia Tiffany, 52, 182 

Shann, Emma Frazcr, (f) 3243, . . 163 

Shann, Guy, . 163 

Shaw, Amy, (c) 3179, 162 

Shaw, Itcngraw, ....... 162 

Shaw, Clymenia, (a) 8179, ... 162 

Shaw, Hannah, (b) 3179, .... 162 

Shaw, Mary, (d) 3179, 162 

Shaw, Phcbe Whipple, 8179, ... 162 

Shaw, William, Rev 28 

Sheldon, Asa Eugene, 1993, ... 130 

Sheldon, Charles, 1997, 130 

Sheldon, Eugene Constantine, . , . 130 

Sheldon, Henry Burt, 1996, ... 130 

Sheldon, Julia Eleanor Tiffany, 1979, 130 

Sheldon, Julie E., 1995 130 

Sheldon, William Olmstcad, 1994, . 130 

Shcpherdson, Amanda Potter, 1302, . 96 

Shephcrdson, Amos, ...... 5 

Shcpherdson, Elizabeth Tiffany, 3, . 5 

Shepherd son, Ezra, 96 

Shephcrdson, Lydia, 96 

Sherrard, Frank, 84 

Sherrard, Hannah Clara Godding, 

(c) 1122a 84 

Sherrard, Joseph, 84 

Sherrard, Mary Electa Godding, (d) 

1122a, .' 84 



VAGI. 

Sherwood, Abbey Tiffany, 1061, . . 80 

Sherwood, Adeline M., (c) 3213, . . 162 

Sherwood, Elizabeth Parks, (a) 3213, 162 
Sherwood, Gilbert Townsend, (b) 

8213 162 

Sherwood, Hannah Meade Darrow, 

3213, 162 

Sherwood, Isaac S., 80 

Sherwood, Squire, 162 

Sherwood, Sylvie Mary, (d) 8213, . 162 

Sherwood, William Wallace, (e) 3213, 162 
Shoonmaker, Cora Arvillia Brown, 742, 69 

Shoonmaker, John, 59 

Shoonmaker, Lillian, (b) 742, ... 59 

Shoonmaker, Pearl, (a) 742, ... 69 

Shute, Clara R., 1270, 93 

Shute, Dora A. Tiffany, 1236, . . 93 

Shute, Ethel E., 1269 93 

Shute, Frank R., 1268, 93 

Shute, Helen T., 1265, 93 

Shute, Lottie, 1263 , . 93 

Shute, May D., 1267 93 

Shute, Sadie, 1264, 93 

Shute, William R 93 

Shute, William R, Jr., 1266, ... 93 

Sibley, Alpha M., 1245 92 

Sibley, Hannah Tiffany, 1219, . . 92 

Sibley, Harvey 92 

Silver, Florence, 21 

Simrcll, Fanny Mary Tiffany, 1476, . 104 

Simrell, George W., 104 

Simrell, Mattic E., 1501 104 

Simrell, Myrtic Adelaide, 1562, . . 104 

Sisson, Lucretia Tiffany, 6, ... 179 

Sisson, Mary Sisson Tiffany, 47, . . 181 

Sisson, Oliver, 179 

Sisson, William Morgan, .... 181 

Sisson, William Morgan, 54, . . . 181 

Slater, Elizabeth Vincent, .... 8 

Slater, Enid Hunt, 8 

Slater, Hannah Wilkinson, .... 8 

Slater, Horatio Nelson 8 

Slater, Horatio Nelson, 47, . . . 8 

Slater, John 8 

Slater, John Francis, 46, ... . 8 

Slater, Mabel Hunt, 8 

Slater, Samuel, 8 

Slater, Samuel, 60, 8 

Slater, Sarah Jenks Tiffany, 38, . . 7, 8 

Slocum, H. A., 106 



J * y 1 fi / 1 



;lr 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA, 



223 



VMS. 

Slocum, Louisa Barnes, 1611, ... 106 

Smith, Alonzo, 173, 190 

Smith, Ann Eliza Tiffany, 40, . 173, 190 
Benjamin Kingsley, 2116, 137, 138 



107 
75 
137 
138 
173, 190 
183 



Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Snow, Clarence Tiffany, 3124, 

Snow, Eunice Whetmore Tiffany, 3066, 158 

158 
75 
75 
124 
124 
63 
92 
63 
63 



Bessie May Hardy, . . 
Caroline Cook, . . , 
Charles J. Mauran, . . 
Charles Joseph, 2118, . 
Edward Luellan, 63, . 

Elias, 

Emma Ingraham, 3089, 
Evelena Barton, . . . 
Frank Hubbard, 1584, . 

Fred, 62, 

G. F. 

Grace, 872 

Hannah Morse, 26, . . 
Hepzie Luella, 51, . . 
Hiram Seth, 988, . . 

Hubbard N 

Irene Adelia Tiffany, 986, 

James D 

Joseph Mauran, (a) 2116, 
Lewis Bosworth, (c) 2116, 
Mabel Louise, (b) 2116, 
Margaret Elizal>cth, 991, 
Mary Elizabeth, 2121, . 
May S. Martin, . . . 
Olive Mauran, 2117, . 
Rachel Tiffany, 2086, . 
Ruth Elizabeth Tiffany, 815, 
Samuel, 2090, . . . 

Simon, 

Susan Kent Tiffany, 2104, 
Susan Tiffany, 2119, 
Terressa Tiffany, 1570, 
Warren Michael, 990, . 
William Eyman, 2120, . 
William J 



Snow, Sheldon, 

Snyder, Arthur 

Snyder, Mary Lucinda Smith, 989, 

Southworth, Mason 

Southworth, Rebecca Tiffany, 1868, 
Spaulding, Albert Goodwill, (a) 845, 
Spaulding, Ellen Tiffany, 1232, 
Spaulding, Harriet Irene Goodwill, 846, 
Spaulding, James L., ... 



156 
138 
107 
173 
156 

65 

183 

173, 190 

75 
106 

75 

75 
138 
138 
138 

75 
138 
138 
138 
13C 

65 
136 
136 
137 
138 
10G 

75 
138 

65 
158 



MO. 

Spaulding, James Walter, (c) 845, . 63 

Spaulding, J. M., 92 

Spaulding, Mary, (b) 846, .... 63 

Spencer, Benjamin N., Ill 

Spencer, Calvin Alonzo 107 

Spencer, Jennie Kenion, .... Ill 

Spencer, Lucy Goodrich Tiffany, 1392, 111 

Spencer, Mary E. Hawley, 1596, . . 107 

Spencer, Orville Tiffany, 1679, . . Ill 

Spicer, Clara Tiffany, 2 183 

Spicer, Nathan, 183 

Sprague, Albert L, 65 

Sprague, Katherine Tiffany, 871, . . 65 

Sprague, Lucia Tiffany, 809, ... 65 

Stanley, Ann Tiffany, 944, .... 74 

Stanley, Benjamin, 74 

Stanley, Hannah Tiffany, 1105, . . 84 

Stanley, Wells, 84 

Stanton, George W 10 

Stanton, Margaret D. Chauncey, . . 10 

Stanton, Myra Barnes, 22 

Stanton, Nehemiah Palmer, ... 22 

Starr, Emily Eastman, (b) 1118, . . 83 

Starr, Moses L, 83 

Steadman, Beman, 49 

Steadman, Lucinda Tiffany, 2d, 684, 49 

Stebbins, Sarah Tiffany, 1851, . . 121 

Steel, Ann Hubbard Harrow, 3216, . 162 

Steel, William Henry, 162 

Stecnback, Anna Elizabeth Tiffany, 

675 66 

Stecnback, John, ....... 66 

Stephens, Adelbcrt Wesley, ... 118 

Stephens, Albert M., 94 

Stephens, Angeline Tiffany, 1293, . 94 

Stephens, Beth B., 1816, .... 118 

Stephens, Charles, 1310 94 

Stephens, Emily D. Tiffany, 1434, . 118 

Stephens, Fanny E., 1813 118 

Stephens, Fred, 1311 94 

Stephens, Ivan Dean, 1815, . . . 118 

Stephens, Kathryn, (c) 1310, ... 94 

Stephens, Lofton, 1812, 118 

Stephens, Lou Bates, 94 

Stephens, Marguerite, (a) 1310, . . 94 

Stephens, Mina, 1314, 94 

Stephens, Minnie Brown, .... 94 

Stephens, Morton W., 1814, ... 118 

Stephens, Virgil, (b) 1310 94 

Stephens, William, 1312, .... 94 



224 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OP 



VAOB. 

Sterling, Ralph, 98 

Stetson, Candace M. Tiffany, 8060a, 166 

Stetson, Fielder, . . 166 

Stevens, Emma Louisa Tiffany, 682, 67 

Stevens, Harry P., 726, 57 

Stevens, Ira O., 07 

Stevens, John, 21 

Stevens, John W 67 

Stevens, Josie, • 97 

Stevens, Mary S. Corse, 1427, . . 97 

Stevens, Polly Tiffany, 226, ... 21 

Stevens, William Henry, 294, ... 21 

Stewart, Alvin N 154 

Stewart, Azubann, 3178, .... 162 

Stewart, Caroline Alexander, (c) 180, 15 

Stewart, Cecil, (b) 1941 127 

Stewart, Cecilia Sophia de Louville 

Tardy 127 

Stewart, Charles C, 162 

Stewart, Charles S., 127 

Stewart, Charles Seaforth, 1941, . . 127 

Stewart, Charles Seymour, (a) 1941, 127 

Stewart, Cora, (c) 1941, .... 127 

Stewart, Elijah B., 3176, .... 162 
Stewart, Ellen Jane Torbett Tiffany, 

2196, 154 

Stewart, Erastus A., 3174, .... 162 

Stewart, Harriet Bradford, 1942, . . 127 
Stewart, Harriet Bradford Tiffany, 

1029 127 

Stewart, Horace S., 3173, .... 162 

Stewart, Loraine, 130, 15 

Stewart, Martha Stewart Wilson, 1943, 127 

Stewart, Nathan S 162 

Stewart, Phcbe Tiffany, 2144, . . . 162 

Stewart, Samuel G, 3177, .... 162 

Stewart, Shellman, (b) 130, ... 15 

Stewart, Shellman B., 15 

Stewart, Shellman Tiffany, (d) 130, . 15 

Stewart, Sophia 162 

Stewart, Thomas K., 8176, ... 162 

Stewart, William Henry, (a) 130, . 15 

Stilson, Affa, (h) 3165 161 

Stilson, Affa Ward, 3165, .... 161 

Stilson, Albert, (b) 3166, .... 161 

Stilson, Allan, (j) 3166, .... 161 

Stilson, Caroline, (a) 3166, ... 161 

Stilson, Emeline, (d) 3166, ... 161 

Stilson, Lucinda, (c) 3165, .... 161 

Stilson, Minor, (g) 3166, .... 161 



VAOB. 

Stilson, Reuben, (1) 3166, .... 181 

Stilson, Sophrona, (0 3166, ... 161 

Stilson, William, . 161 

Stilson, William, (e) 3165, .... 161 
St. Mars, Emilie Helene Hocmelle de, 

447, 36 

St. Mars, Marquis de, 36 

Stocker, Emma Francena Walker, 691, 56 

Stocker, Jerome F., 66 

Stoutenburgh, Catherine Ann Cuyler, 32 

Stoutenburgh, Walton Street, ... 32 

Stowe, Caroline Tiffany, 108, ... 14 

Stowe, Freeman ■ 8 

Stowe, Lafayette, . 14 

Stowe, Minerva Tiffany, 41, . . . 8 

Stowe, Phebe Morse 8 

Stowe, William, ....... 8 

Stowe, William Arthur, 88, . . . 8 

Strange, Henry, 45 

Stratton, Albert 80 

Stratton, Lillie Tiffany, 1083, ... 80 

Strong, Daniel, 124 

Strong, Harry C 167 

Strong, Jerusha Bushnell, 1917, . . 124 

Strong, Luther Delos, (b) 3310, . . 167 

Strong, Mary E. Tiffany, 3310, . . 167 

Strong, Myrtie L, (a) 3310, ... 167 

Stuart, Louisa Elizabeth, 685, ... 55 

Stuart, William J., 55 

Sutherland or Southerall, Loaes Tif- 
fany, 27 6 

Swaim, Aurora Drake Skinner, . . 13 

Swaim, Caroline Tiffany, 104, . . 13 

Swaim, Joseph S., Rev., .... 13 

Swaim, Loring Tiffany, 121, ... 13 

Swaim, Roger Dyer, 120 13 

Swaim, Samuel Budd, D. D., Rev., . 13 

Swaim, Stanley Budd, 122, ... 13 

Swaim, Thomas, Hon 13 

Swan, Frederick A., 132 

Swan, Laura A. Tiffany, 2023, . . 132 

Sweet, Ashael, 90 

Sweet, Charlotte, 317, 24 

Sweet, Darius, 24 

Sweet, Emily, (f) 1208 91 

Sweet, Harriet Amanda, (g) 1208, . 91 

Sweet, Henry Stephen, (d) 1208, . . 91 

Sweet, Henry T., 316, 24 

Sweet, Horace, (b) 1208, .... 91 

Sweet, Horace W., 1210, .... 91 



THE 7IFFANYS OF AMERICA, 



225 



MM. 

Sweet, Jeduthan, 816, ..... 24 

Sweet, Marietta, 1211 91 

Sweet, Mary, 314, ....... 24 

Sweet, Nancy, (c) 1208, .... 91 

Sweet, Nancy Tiffany, 1202, ... 90 

Sweet, Polly Eveline, (e) 1208, . . 91 

Sweet, Polly Seymour, 91 

Sweet, Stephen, 1208, .... 90, 91 

Sweet, Susan Tiffany, 261, .... 24 

Sweet, William, (a) 1208, .... 91 

Swift, Adelaide, 310, 24 

Swift, Charles H., 308 24 

Swift, Frederick Tiffany, 309, ... 24 

Swift, Henry 24 

Swift, Mercy Elizabeth Tiffany, 267, 24 

Swift, William, 311 24 

Tailor, Sally Ann Tiffany, 7, . . . 178 

Tanner, Hiram, 55 

Tanner, Louisa Maria Tiffany, 667, . 66 
Taylor, Frances Elizabeth Tiffany, 

2194, 164 

Taylor, Mary Elizabeth, 3041, . . 154 

Taylor, Maude Charlotte, 3039, . . 154 

Taylor, Roger William, 3040, . . 154 

Taylor, William F 154 

Terboss, Carrie M. Grimm, 754, . . 60 

Terboss, Harry, 60 

Terboss, Paul 60 



Tewksbury, Anson L., 1531, . . . 
Tewksbury, Clara M. Fish, . . . 
Tewksbury, Elbert L., 1532, . . 
Tewksbury, Eva Maud Johnston, 
Tewksbury, Frank Eugene, (a) 1436, 
Tewksbury, Hannah Eliza Tiffany, 

1448 

Tewksbury, Hayden Anson, (d) 1435, 

Tewksbury, Henry, 

Tewksbury, Jesse Wood, . . . 
Tewksbury, Lillie M., 1533, . . 
Tewksbury, Lucy Miller Goodrich 

1435 

Tewksbury, Mertie A. Vergason, . 
Tewksbury, William Henry, (b) 1436, 
Thacher, Amanda, (c) 1207, . . 
Thacher, Angelina, (b) 1207, . . 
Thacher, Byington, (a) 1209, . . 
Thacher, Fanny, (a) 1207, . . . 
Thacher, Lovisa Sweet, 1207, 
Thacher, Marantha, (b) 1209, 
Thacher, Nancy Sweet, 1209, . . 



102 
97 

102 
97 
97 

102 

97 

97 

102 

102 

97 
97 
97 
90 
90 
91 
90 
90 
91 
91 



Thacher, Olney, 

Thacher, Seth Williston, . . 
Thacher, Stephen R., (d) 1207, 

Thatcher, E. Bailey 

Thatcher, Edward C, 1713, . 
Thatcher, Mary Moore, . . . 
Thatcher, Molly Tiffany, 335, . 
Thatcher, Moses, Deacon, . . 
Thatcher, Nancy L. Tiffany, 1406, 
Thayer, Aaron, . . . . , 
Thayer, Margaret Ballard, . 
Thomas, Perlietta, . . . 
Thompson, Harriet L. Tiffany, 3311 
Thompson, Hiram, .... 
Thompson, Mary E. Famham, 29, 

Thompson, Wallace 

Thorndike, Ann Thompson Dickey, 
Thorndike, Israel, .... 
Thornton, Anson, .... 
Thornton, Martha Tiffany, 3239, 
Tibbetts, Assa Tiffany, 173, . 
Tibbetts, Jonathan, .... 
Tiffany, Abba Jane Brundage, 
Tiffany, Abbey Hoadley, . . 
Tiffany, Abbie Evelyn, 530, 
Tiffany, Abbie Penfield Bcardsley 
Tiffany, Abby Ann Miller, . . 
Tiffany, Abegail Drury, . . 
Tiffany, Abiel Truesdale, . . 
Tiffany, Abigail A., 6, . . . 
Tiffany, Abigail Blackman Robinson, 
Tiffany, Abigail Curtis, . . . 
Tiffany, Abigail Hunt, 40, . . 
Tiffany, Abigail Scott, . . . 
Tiffany, Abigail Walker, . . 
Tiffany, Abigal, 1824, . . . 
Tiffany, Abigal Blackington, . 
Tiffany, Abner, 44, ... . 
Tiffany, Abram Lorenzo, 1617, 
Tiffany, Achsah (2), 238, . . 
Tiffany, Achsah, 262, . . . 
Tiffany, Achsah Manley, . . 
Tiffany, Achsah T. Carpenter, 
Tiffany, Ada Matilda Love, 
Tiffany, Addie, 1286, . . . 
Tiffany, Addie D. Palmer, . . 
Tiffany, Addie Eliza, 566, . . 
Tiffany, Addie R. Knight, . . 
Tiffany, Addie S. Howell, . . 
Tiffany, Adelaide, 267, . . . 



MOB. 

90 

91 

90 

114 

114 

114 

26 

26 

114 

57 

67 

23 

167 

183 

183 

167 

30 

30 

163 

163 

18 

18 

60 

127 

46 

69 

88 

123 

115 

174 

44 

161 

176 

169 

124 

121 

92 

176 

109 

21 

24 

66 

112 

159 

92 

102 

48 

172 

58 

26 



226 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OP 



FA0S. 

Tiffany, Adelaide Harvey Kimball, . 180 

Tiffany, Adelaine, 8 186 

Tiffany, Adelbert Clinton, I486, . . 105 
Tiffany, Adelbert M., 1615, . 109, 110 

Tiffany, Adele Banning, .... 182 

Tiffany, Adelia Babcock, .... 161 

Tiffany, Adelia Howland, 3285, . . 165 

Tiffany, Adeline, 8059c 166 

Tiffany, Adeline E., 19, .... 178 

Tiffany, Adeline Lorinda, 1050, . . 80 

Tiffany, Agnes J. McPherson, • . 179 

Tiffany, Alanson S., 1069, ... 81 

Tiffany, Albert, (b) 232 21 

Tiffany, Albert, 348b 28 

Tiffany, Albert, 651 47 

Tiffany, Albert, 1045, 80 

Tiffany, Albert, 3085 156 

Tiffany, Albert, 38, 183 

Tiffany, Albert Curtis, 3289, ... 160 

Tiffany, Albert Gallatin, 687, ... 50 

Tiffany, Albert Gideon, 663, ... 48 

Tiffany, Albert Henry, (j) 3322, . . 167 

Tiffany, Albert Hill, (c) 2157a. . . 151 

Tiffany, Albert James, 817, ... 65 

Tiffany, Albert Newton, 2056, . . 133 

Tiffany, Albert Newton, Jr., 2059, . 133 
Tiffany, Albert O., 923, ... 71, 72 

Tiffany, Albert Rodger*, 77, . . . 177 

Tiffany, Albert Roy, 931 72 

Tiffany, Albert Villroy, 2041, ... 132 

Tiffany, Albert W., 797, .... 64 

Tiffany, Albertson Legrande, 69, . . 177 

Tiffany, Alchmena Goultree, ... 176 
Tiffany, Alexander Ralston, 468, . 43, 44 

Tiffany, Alexander Ralston, Jr., 515, 44 

Tiffany, Alfred, 351, 29 

Tiffany, Alfred, 1343, . . . . 96, 97 

Tiffany, Alfred Ely, 76 182 

Tiffany, Alfred Judson, 1368, 100, 103, 104 

Tiffany, Alice H., 1688, .... 112 

Tiffany, Alice L., 20 178 

Tiffany, Alice Lincoln, ..... 93 

Tiffany, Alice Thorndike, 862, . . 30 

Tiffany, Alice W., 1320 96 

Tiffany, Allen, 678, 49 

Tiffany, Allen, 66, ...... 182 

Tiffany, Allen Poe, 62, 176 

Tiffany, Allcthea. 18, 6 

Tiffany, Alma, 1659, 105 

Tiffany, Alma Thayer, 57 



Tiffany, Almira, (!) 3322, 
Tiffany, Almira C, 12, . 
Tiffany, Almira Emeline, 1556, 
Tiffany, Almira Giddings, . 
Tiffany, Almira Twiss, . . 
Tiffany, Almira Whipple, . 
Tiffany, Alonzo, 677, . . 
Tiffany, Alonzo, 1218, . . 
Tiffany, Alonzo, (a) 1294, . 
Tiffany, Alonzo, 16, . . . 
Tiffany, Alonzo Baker, 2069, 
Tiffany, Alonzo Lee, 1489, . 
Tiffany, Alonzo P., 9, . . 
Tiffany, Alpame, 1911, . . 
Tiffany, Alpha, (a) 1308, . 
Tiffany, Alpha Jeffers, . . 
Tiffany, Alphia, 1272, . . 
Tiffany, Alson, 1383, . . 
Tiffany, Alverna Pratt, . . 
Tiffany, Amanda, 1397, . . 
Tiffany, Amanda Cuyler Stoutenburgh, 
Tiffany, Amanda Richardson, 
Tiffany, Amanda Strickland, 
Tiffany, Amasa, 1857, . . 
Tiffany, Ambrose, 3220, 
Tiffany, Ambrose Benjamin, 3, 
Tiffany, Ambrose E., 1579, 
Tiffany, Amelia, 2140a, 
Tiffany, Amelia, (b) 3252, . 
Tiffany, Amelia Elvira Estes, 
Tiffany, Amelia Hinds, . . 
Tiffany, Amelia Mead Marcy, 
Tiffany, Amey, 1109, . . 
Tiffany, Amherst Lee, 1701, 
Tiffany, Amos, 1204, . . 
Tiffany, Amos Drury, 1881, 
Tiffany, Amos Vernon, 1288, 
Tiffany, Amy, 196, . . . 
Tiffany, Amy Calista, (i) 3329, 
Tiffany, Andra La Delle Wilbur, 
Tiffany, Andrew J., 231, 
Tiffany, Andrew R., 35, 
Tiffany, Angelina, 11, . 
Tiffany, Ann, 193, . . 
Tiffany, Ann, 1897, . . 
Tiffany, Ann Checkley Shaw, 
Tiffany, Ann Eliza, 13, . 
Tiffany, Ann E. Stanton, 
Tiffany, Ann E. Watrous, 
Tiffany, Ann Lyman, 



FAflB. 
. 167 

. 178 

. 104 

. 153 

. 60 

. 167 

. 67 

92,93 

. 94 

. 172 

. 134 

. 105 

171, 172 

. 126 

94 

. 94 

. 93 

. 106 

61 

. 113 

32 

94 

. 110 

121, 122 

. 162 

. 185 

. 108 

. 150 

. 164 

. 185 

. 178 

. 60 

. 85 

. 113 

91,93 

123, 124 

93,94 

19 

168 

92 

21, 22 

179 

174 

19 

125 

28 

178 

182 

117 

124 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



227 



Tiffany, Ann Marie Spencer, 
Tiffany, Ann Pinkney White, 
Tiffany, Anna, 8, . . , 
Tiffany, Anna, 1939, . . 
Tiffany, Anna, 2170, . , 
Tiffany, Anna, 41, . , 
Tiffany, Anna, 54, . , 
Tiffany, Anna A., or Achsah, 
Tiffany, Anna Ace, . . . 
Tiffany, Anna Bessie, 1006, 
Tiffany, Anna Cuyler, 383, 
Tiffany, Anna Harger, . 
Tiffany, Anna Marble, . 
Tiffany, Anna Maria, 233, 
Tiffany, Anna Pellett, . 
Tiffany, Anna Pickering, 
Tiffany, Anna Rhynearson, 
Tiffany, Anna Sophia Barrett, 
Tiffany, Anna Toury, . . 
Tiffany, Anna Wilmarth, . 
Tiffany, Anne Dickey Thorndike, 
Tiffany, Anne Lyman, 1901, 
Tiffany, Anne Page, 440, . 
Tiffany, Anne Theodosia Clapp, 
Tiffany, Anne Whiting, . 
Tiffany, Annie, 1826, . 
Tiffany, Annie Cameron, 
Tiffany, Annie Gertrude Pringle, 
Tiffany, Annie Jane Du Bois, 
Tiffany, Annie Maud, 617, . 
Tiffany, Annie M. Tracey, . 
Tiffany, Annie Olivia, 428, . 
Tiffany, Annie Winsor, . . 
Tiffany, Anson, 3194, . . 
Tiffany, Anson Miller, 1364, 
Tiffany, Anson Walter, 1528, 
Tiffany, Arabella Louisa Peck, 
Tiffany, Archibald Jasper, 6, 
Tiffany, Ardell, (c) 3252, . 
Tiffany, Arnold, 189, . . 
Tiffany, Arnold Johnson, 1871 
Tiffany, Arta L., 1695, . . 
Tiffany, Arthur, (a) 232, . 
Tiffany, Arthur A., 1894, . 
Tiffany, Arthur Alonzo, 709, 
Tiffany, Arthur Ambrose, 1605, 
Tiffany, Arthur Gates, 3162, 
Tiffany, Arthur L., 1774, . 
Tiffany, Arthur Lincoln, (a) 3329, 
Tiffany, Arthur Ray, 1652, . , 



1634, 



98, 



PACE. 

160 
28 
5 
127 
151 
176 
176 
110 
110 
76 
34 
150 
151 
21 
55 
58 
109 
36 
80 
90 
30 
125 
30 
. 186 
. 126 
. 121 
. 36 
46 
. 33 
61 
. 123 
. 40 
. 95 
. 165 
101, 102 
. 102 
. 139 
. 186 
. 164 
19 
122, 123 
. 112 
. 21 
. 124 
. 68 
. 108 
. 161 
. 117 
. 168 
. 110 



1525, 



Tiffany, Arnnah, 1106, . 
Tiffany, Asa, 1837, . . 
Tiffany, Asa, 1899, . . 
Tiffany, Asa Davis, 2134b, 
Tiffany, Asa Scott, 2134H, 
Tiffany, Ashael, 1216, . 
Tiffany, Asher, 2161, . 
Tiffany, Augenetta Bowera, 
Tiffany, Augusta, 689, , 
Tiffany, Augusta, 811, . 
Tiffany, Augustus, 1249, 
Tiffany, Augustus, (a) 3253, 
Tiffany, Augustus Harmon, 1549, 
Tiffany, Austin, (e) 3253, 
Tiffany, Austin Wales, 612, 
Tiffany, Aven Hunt, 51, 
Tiffany, Avery, 45, . . 
Tiffany, Avis, 3254, . . 
Tiffany, Avis M. Knight, 
Tiffany, Aiubah, 1973, . 
Tiffany, Bathsheba, 14, . 
Tiffany, Beecher Milbourne, 
Tiffany, Bela, 34, . . 
Tiffany, Bela, 21 G4, . 
Tiffany, Bela Bentley, 3067, 
Tiffany, Belle Louise, 936a, 

Tiffany, Belle Newbury, 

Tiffany, Belmont, 402, . . 

Tiffany, Benjamin, 7, . . 

Tiffany, Benjamin, 26, . . 

Tiffany, Benjamin, 167, . . 

Tiffany, Benjamin, 177, . , 

Tiffany, Benjamin, 174, . . 

Tiffany, Benjamin, 209, . . 

Tiffany, Benjamin, 776, . . 

Tiffany, Benjamin, 2d, 778, 

Tiffany, Benjamin, 3221, . 

Tiffany, Benjamin, 1, . . 

Tiffany, Benjamin Franklin, 215, 

Tiffany, Benjamin S., 826, 

Tiffany, Bernard, 2, . . 

Tiffany, Bernice, 1568, . 

Tiffany, Bernice Ella, (a) 1032, 

Tiffany, Bert E., 723, 

Tiffany, Bertha Carrie Williams, 

Tiffany, Bertha Wright, . . 

Tiffany, Bertie, 1643, . . 

Tiffany, Bert Sterling, 1780, 

Tiffany, Bessie, 1254, . . 

Tiffany, Bessie Beryl, 1604, 



PAOB. 

84,85 
. 124 
. 125 
. 169 
. 169 
91 93 
. 155 
80 
. 56 
65 
92 
. 164 
. 103 
. 164 
. 61 
. 176 
. 176 
. 164 
. 50 
. 131 
5 
. 102 
. 7, 13 
155, 157 
. 158 
. 69 
. 110 
. 36 
. 5, 18 
. 6, 62 
17 
18 
18, 19 
. 20 
. 62 
62, 66 
. 162 
. 171 
20,22 
66, 68 
185 
105 
77 
69 
27 
75 
110 
117 
92 
108 



228 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



FAOB. 

Tiffany, Bessie Jane, 775, .... 61 

Tiffany, Bessie L., 1685, .... Ill 

Tiffany, Bethlah, wife of Jamea 2, . 4 

Tiffany, Bethyah, . . 120 

Tiffany, Bethyah, 1823, ..... 120 

Tiffany, Bethyah, 1825, ..... 121 

Tiffany, Betsey, 1861, 121 

Tiffany, Betsey, 2d, 1862, .... 121 

Tiffany, Betsey, 1961 129 

Tiffany, Betsey Hosford, .... 151 

Tiffany, Betsey Hurd, 168 

Tiffany, Betsey Maria Faulkner, . . 69 

Tiffany, Betsey Maria Waldron, . . 93 

Tiffany, Betsey Phillips, .... 55 

Tiffany, Betty Perry, 114 

Tiffany, Beulah Priscilla, 768, ... 60 

Tiffany, Brainard Hamilton, 2011, . 131 

Tiffany, Brooks, 3338 168 

Tiffany, Brown, 1060 80 

Tiffany, Burke, 1242, 91 

Tiffany, Burnett Young, 421, ... 39 

Tiffany, Burton, 1309 94 

Tiffany, Burton, 3146, . . . 159, 160 

Tiffany, Burton Hiram, 996, ... 76 

Tiffany, Byram G, 28, 175 

Tiffany, Byram Carroll, 32, ... 175 

Tiffany, Byron, 1221, 92 

Tiffany, Byron Eugene, 1985, ... 130 

Tiffany, Byron J., 3055, . . 155, 150 

Tiffany, Byron Lafayette, 916, . . 70 

Tiffany, Byron Martin, 1543, ... 103 

Tiffany, Calvin, 1858, . . . 121, 124 

Tiffany, Calvin, 3144, . . . 159, 100 

Tiffany, Calvin Hall, 1986, ... 131 

Tiffany, Camilla A. Allan, .... 158 

Tiffany, Carl W., 1799 118 

Tiffany, Carlos G., 648a, .... 54 

Tiffany, Carol R.,(b) 1415, ... 116 

Tiffany, Caroline Adele Davenport, . 70 

Tiffany, Caroline Chase 11 

Tiffany, Caroline French, .... 35 

Tiffany, Caroline Hill 68 

Tiffany, Caroline S. Lord, .... 56 

Tiffany, Caroline Williams, 2046, . 132 

Tiffany, Carrie, 244, 22 

Tiffany, Carrie, 62 176 

Tiffany, Carrie Allen, 178 

Tiffany, Carrie Eliza Bull, .... 186 

Tiffany, Carrie May, 3110, .... 157 

Tiffany, Carrie Thompson, .... 80 



MM. 

Tiffany, Carroll Hobert, 616, ... 62 
Tiffany, Catherine, (b) 44, . . . . 7 
Tiffany, Catherine, 230, ..... 21 
Tiffany, Catherine, 617, .... 44 

Tiffany, Catherine, 38 176 

Tiffany, Catherine Chapman, 2050, . 132 
Tiffany, Catherine Elizabeth, 520, . 44 . 
Tiffany, Catherine E. Freeman, . . 154 
Tiffany, Catherine M., 192, . .' . 19 
Tiffany, Catherine Moorehouse, . 178, 190 
Tiffany, Catherine Reynolds, ... 172 
Tiffany, Cecil O., 1807, ..... 119 

Tiffany, Celestia, 1988 130 

Tiffany, Celia Edith, 1763 116 

Tiffany, Celia E. Wells 108 

Tiffany, Chandler, 957, 74 

Tiffany, Chapin A., 1070, ... 81, 82 

Tiffany, Charity Decker 47 

Tiffany, Charles, 245 22 

Tiffany, Charles, 270 26 

Tiffany, Charles, 634, 46 

Tiffany, Charles, 1084, 80 

Tiffany, Charles, 1960, 129 

Tiffany, Charles, 2d, 1962, .... 129 

Tiffany, Charles, 3095 157 

Tiffany, Charles, 17, . . . . 180, 181 

Tiffany, Charles, 6 186 

Tiffany, Charles A., 48, 173 

Tiffany, Charles Albert, 1990, ... 130 
Tiffany, Charles Aurelius, 49, . . . 181 
Tiffany, Charles Benjamin, 39, 173, 190 
Tiffany, Charles Carroll, 25, . . . 175 
Tiffany, Charles Comfort, Rev., 368, 30, 31 
Tiffany, Charles David, 23, ... 172 
Tiffany, Charles Ellsworth, (b) 3329, 168 
Tiffany, Charles Ely, 7, . . . 179, 181 
Tiffany, Charles Gardener, 973, . . 77 
Tiffany, Charles Henry, 997, ... 76 
Tiffany, Charles Herbert, 1744, . . 117 
Tiffany, Charles Hiram A., 256, . 24, 25 
Tiffany, Charles Horace, 1371, 100, 104 
Tiffany, Charles Howard, 356, . . 29 

•Tiffany, Charles J., 3010 152 

Tiffany, Charles Jared, 22 178 

^Tiffany, Charles L., 1975, . . 129, 130 . 
Tiffany, Charles Lewis, 413, . 37, 38, 39 
Tiffany, Charles Lewis, Jr., 416, . . 39 

\ Tiffany, Charles Lewis, 2d, 424, . . 40 

\ Tiffany, Charles Louis, 423, ... 40 
Tiffany, Charles M., 603, .... 51 



THE T/FFANYS OF AMERICA. 



229 



PACK. 

182 

180 

33, 34 

181 

170 

36 

157 

92 

17 

47 

28 

27 

27 

131 

37 

43 

35 

C8 

87 

65 

66 



Tiffany, Charles Martin, 67, 
Tiffany, Charles Oliver, 22, 
Tiffany, Charles Otis, 376, . 
Tiffany, Charles Richard, 48, 
Tiffany, Charles Roper, 66, 
Tiffany, Charles Seymour, 395, 
Tiffany, Charles Theodore, 3111, 
Tiffany, Charles William, 1235, 
Tiffany, Charlotte, 165, . . . 
Tiffany, Charlotte Adeline, 654, 
Tiffany, Charlotte Ann, 348\, . 
Tiffany, Charlotte Bliss, . , . 
Tiffany, Charlotte Capron, . , 
Tiffany, Charlotte Catherine, 2007, 
Tiffany, Charlotte Draper, 412, 
Tiffany, Charlotte Elizabeth, 499, 
Tiffany, Charlotte Jane Eccles, 
Tiffany, Charlotte M. Briggs, . 
Tiffany, Charlotte Seaver, . . 
Tiffany, Charlotte Sophia Hopkins, 
Tiffany, Chauncey, 608, . . . 
Tiffany, Chauncey, 2165, . . 165, 159 
Tiffany, Chauncey, 3000, . . 156, 157 

Tiffany, Chauncey, 3107 157 

Tiffany, Chloe, 29 6 

Tiffany, Chloe, 160, 17 

Tiffany, Chloe Draper 37 

Tiffany, Chloe Elizabeth, 614, . . 44 
Tiffany, Chloe Hopkins Dibble, . . 86 

Tiffany, Chloe Tinglcy, 10G 

Tiffany, Christiana Von Coughnet, . 109 
Tiffany, Christopher Columbus, 1250, 92 

Tiffany, Circe Abby, 2057 133 

Tiffany, Clara, 11, ..'.,.. 187 

Tiffany, Clara Bailey 174 

Tiffany, Clara Beatrice, 547, ... 40 

Tiffany, Clara D., 1321 95 

Tiffany, Clara E. High 172 

Tiffany, Clara Louise, 1505, ... 105 

Tiffany, Clara Maria, 542 46 

Tiffany, Clara Melissa, 1700, . . . 113 
Tiffany, Clarence, (d) 3252, . . . 1G4 
Tiffany, Clarence Clarke, 1603, . . 108 
Tiffany, Clarence J., 724, .... 69 

Tiffany, Clarinda, 1403, 114 

Tiffany, Clarissa, 2155n, .... 151 
Tiffany, Clarissa Bronson Lawrence, 86 
Tiffany, Clarissa Lcona Smith, . . 119 

Tiffany, Clark, 1807 122 

Tiffany, Clark E., 17 178 



142 



Tiffany, Clark P., W, 
Tiffany, Clarke Lawrence, 1625, 
Tiffany, Clayton, . . , 
Tiffany, Clifford Edmund, 570, 
Tiffany, Clifford Otis, 733, 
Tiffany, Clinton De Witt, 2 
Tiffany, Clyde Elwin, 1539 
Tiffany, Comfort, 327, . 
Tiffany, Comfort (2), 334, 
Tiffany, Comfort, 342, . 
Tiffany, Conger, 1139, . 
Tiffany, Consider, 2, . . 
Tiffany, Consider, 2131, 
Tiffany, Consider, 2140, 
Tiffany, Consider, 2102, 
Tiffany, Consider's Diary, 141, 
Tiffany, Consider's Letter, 
Tiffany, Consider's Library, 
Tiffany, Consider's Poetry, 
Tiffany, Consider's Will, 
Tiffany, Content, 332, . 
Tiffany, Cora Bell, 1504, 
Tiffany, Cora Pcnncll, , 
Tiffany, Cordelia Adelaide, 2049, 
Tiffany, Cornelia Maria Tryon, 
Tiffany, Cornelia Ruth, 802, 
Tiffany, Cornelia Shaw, 512, 
Tiffany, Correll, 2155c, . . 
Tiffany, Correll H., 1890, . 
Tiffany, Cortland Perry, 1811 
Tiffany, Curtis, 072, . . . 
Tiffany, Curtis, 0, ... 
Tiffany, Cynthia Armenia, 1464, 
Tiffany, Cynthia C, 1570, . 
Tiffany, Cynthia G., 1520, . 
Tiffany, Cynthia Jane, 3320, 
Tiffany, Cynthia Jane, (d) 3322, 
Tiffany, Cynthia Tingley, . 
Tiffany, Cyrus Augustine, 080, 
Tiffany, Cyrus J., 732, . 
Tiffany, Daisy, 1258, . 
Tiffany, Dalton, 1347, . 
Tiffany, Dalton Potter, 1399, 
Tiffany, Daniel, 25, . . 
Tiffany, Daniel, 159, . . 
Tiffany, Daniel, 103, . . 
Tiffany, Daniel, 182, . . 
Tiffany, Daniel, 574, . . 
Tiffany, Daniel, 2132, . 
Tiffany, Daniel, 2140b, . 



rAGR. 

177 
111 

80 
48 
68 
185 
102 
26 

26, 30, 31 

28, 30 

. 88 

. 140 

140, 141 

. 160 

155, 156 

143, 144 

. 147 

145, 146 

144, 145 

148, 149 

. 26 

. 105 

. 176 

. 132 

. 153 

64 

. 43 

. 151 

. 124 

. 119 

. 56 

. 183 

. 103 

. 108 

. 101 

. 167 

. 107 

27 

57, 58 

. 68 

. 02 

96, 113 

. 114 

. 6, 49 

. 17 

17 

. 18 

49,60 

. 140 

. 150 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



FAOE. 

Tiffany, Daniel, 2149, 162 

Tiffany, Daniel, 3210, 162 

Tiffany, Daniel, 3206 168 

Tiffany, Daniel, 2134a, 160 

Tiffany, Daniel, 1 182, 183 

Tiffany, Daniel, 35, 183 

Tiffany, Daniel, 12, 184 

Tiffany, Daniel, 2, 185 

Tiffany, Daniel M., 1404, .... 114 
Tiffany, Daughter of Amasa, (1857) 

1868 122 

Tiffany, Daughter of Ephraim (2137), 

2158 151 

Tiffany, Daughter of Ephraim (2187), 

2150 151 

Tiffany, Daughter of Nathan (1074), 

2014, ......... 132 

Tiffany, Daughter of Nathaniel R. 

(1983), 2005 130 

Tiffany, David, 213 20, 21 

Tiffany, David, 232 21 

Tiffany, David, 581 49 

Tiffany, David, 1043 70 

Tiffany, David, 1841, 128 

Tiffany, David, 3146, . . . 150, 100 

Tiffany, David, 3, 173 

Tiffany, David Brown, 0, . . 174, 176 

Tiffany, David Jewett, 63, ... . 182 

Tiffany, David Milton, 12 172 

Tiffany, Dean, 462 42 

Tiffany, Dean, 471, 43 

Tiffany, Dean, 552, 47 

Tiffany, Dean Oliver, 616, .... 44 

Tiffany, Dean Stanley, 1686, . . . Ill 

Tiffany, De Ferris Thayer, 711, . . 68 

Tiffany, Dc Forest Elmer, 838, . . 68 

Tiffany, Degriclc, 850 03 

Tiffany, Dclavan, 3339, . . . . . 168 

Tiffany, Dclcvan H., 1074 81 

Tiffany, Dclio, 849, 63 

Tiffany, Deliverance, 180 18 

Tiffany, Deliverance, 042, .... 73 

Tiffany, Deliverance Parmenter, . . 73 

Tiffany, Delia E., 904, 68 

Tiffany, Demosthenes, 685, ... 50 

Tiffany, Dency Crane, 164 

Tiffany, Dexter, 32, 7 

Tiffany, Dexter, 109 14, 15 

Tiffany, Dexter Oliver, 133, ... 15 

Tiffany, Diana, 247, 22 



429, 



241, 



Tiffany, Diana Thair, 

Tiffany, Dixie Posey, 

Tiffany, Dora Evangeline Waterman, 

Tiffany, Doris H abb in, . 

Tiffany, Dorothy Trimble, 

Tiffany, Dorris, 379, . . 

Tiffany, Draxey Jackson, 

Tiffany, Du Grange H., (c] 

Tiffany, Dwight, 2198, . 

Tiffany, Earl, 773, . . 

Tiffany, Earl, (a) 1415, . 

Tiffany, Earl Perrigo, 1693, 

Tiffany, Earl R., 725, . 

Tiffany, Earle Albert, 1563, 

Tiffany, Earle Edwin, 247b 

Tiffany, Ebcn Capron, 389, 

Tiffany, Eben Mabillc, 444 

Tiffany, Ebcnezcr, 23, . 

Tiffany, Ebenczcr, 329, . 

Tiffany, Ebcnezcr, 785, . 

Tiffany, Ebenezer, 2, 

Tiffany, Ebenezer, 2074, 

Tiffany, Ebenezer, 2088, 

Tiffany, Ebenezer, 2095, 

Tiffany, Ebenezer, 2106, 

Tiffany, Ebenezer, 2126, 

Tiffany, Ebenezer, 2, 

Tiffany, Ebenezer, 13, . 

Tiffany, Ebenezer, Lieutenant, 1, 

Tiffany, Edgar A, 2073, . 

Tiffany, Edgar Lewis, 86, ' 

Tiffany, Edgar M., 2039, 

Tiffany, Edith Irene, 1565, 

Tiffany, Edith Jane, 3169, 

Tiffany, Edith La Bau, . 

Tiffany, Edmond Hodges, 677, 

Tiffany, Edmond Prelate, 605, 

Tiffany, Edmund, 681, 

Tiffany, Edna, 3341, . 

Tiffany, Edson Manning, 1468, 

Tiffany, Edward, 348, . 

Tiffany, Edward, 1144, . 

Tiffany, Edward, 1821, . 

Tiffany, Edward, 1903, . 

Tiffany, Edward, 2d, 1904, 

Tiffany, Edward, 1840, . 

Tiffany, Edward, 2d, 1843, 

Tiffany, Edward Brunswick, (c) 4, 

Tiffany, Edward Burton, 3153, 

Tiffany, Edward C, 697, . 



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PAGE. 

183 

81 

61 

. 27 

40 

33 

. 183 

21 

. 155 

61 

. 116 

, 112 

, 59 

, 105 

23 

84,36 

35 

,6,26 

26,27 

. 63 

. 135 

. 135 

. 136 

. 137 

138, 139 

. 139 

. 179 

. 179 

. 179 

. 134 

* . 177 

. 132 

. 105 

. 160 

. 12 

49,61 

. 51 

67,59 

. 168 

. 104 

. 28 

. 88 

120, 128 

. 126 

. 126 

. 128 

. 128 

. 184 

. 160 

. 61 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



231 



626 



Tiffany, Edward Clarence, 394, 
Tiffany, Edward Clinton, 1801, 
Tiffany, Edward Hayward, 4, . 
Tiffany, Edward Herbert, 641, 
Tiffany, Edward Herbert, Jr., 649, 
Tiffany, Edward Maitland, 667, 
Tiffany, Edward Potter, 204, . 
Tiffany, Edward Scott, 2134m, 
Tiffany, Edward V., 1334, . 
Tiffany, Edwin, 271, . . 
Tiffany, Edwin, 670, . . . 
Tiffany, Edwin, 1081, . . 
Tiffany, Edwin, (b) 1107, . 
Tiffany, Edwin, 1215, . . 
Tiffany, Edwin, 1297, . . 
Tiffany, Edwin, 6a, . . , 
Tiffany, Edwin, 36, . . . 
Tiffany, Edwin D., 001, . 
Tiffany, Edwin D., 648, . 
Tiffany, Edwin Demosthenes, 
Tiffany, Edwin Eugene, 1787, 
Tiffany, Edwin Everett, 610, 
Tiffany, Edwin H., 695, 
Tiffany, Edwin Lincoln, 60, 
Tiffany, Edwin Mack, . . 
Tiffany, Edwin Mack, 1374, 
Tiffany, Edwin Palmer, 633, 
Tiffany, Edwin R., 1491, . 
Tiffany, Edwin Tingley, 1395, 
Tiffany, Edwin Wells, 249a, 
Tiffany, Effie Berry, . . . 
Tiffany, Elathea, (c) 3327, . 
Tiffany, Elbert E., (c) 1415, 
Tiffany, Eleanor, .... 
Tiffany, Eleanor Fuller, . . 
Tiffany, Eleanor Jane, (g) 3329, 
Tiffany, Elcasar, 1, . . . 
Tiffany, Electa, 18, . . . 
Tiffany, Electa Leonard, 
Tiffany, Electro Thomas, . 
Tiffany, Elemod, 15, . . . 
Tiffany, Elias Newton, 2036, 
Tiffany, Eliczer, 1817, . . 
Tiffany, Eliezer, 2078, . . 
Tiffany, Elijah, 2172, . . 
Tiffany, Elisha Ely, 8, . . 
Tiffany, Elisha Thomas, 1411, 
Tiffany, Eliza, 187, . . . 
Tiffany, Eliza, (h) 3322, . 
Tiffany, Eliza, 21, ... 



FAGB. 

35 

. 119 

. 184 
46 
46 
47 
19 
. 170 
95 
26 
66,69 
80 
86 
91 
94 
174 
176 
61 
54 
63, 54 
. 117 
51, 52 
. 61 
. 176 
. 85 
100, 105 
. 54 
. 105 
. 113 
23 
. 43 
. 168 
. 116 
. 121 
. 129 
. 168 
. 185 
. 183 
. 168 
. 123 
. 184 
. 132 
. 120 
. 135 
161, 152 
. 179 
115, 116 
. 19 
. 167 
. 183 



Tiffany, Eliza A. Dunham, 
Tiffany, Eliza A. Thompson, 
Tiffany, Eliza Ann Stow, . 
Tiffany, Eliza Ann Strange, 
Tiffany, Eliza Bruce Hamilton, 
Tiffany, Eliza Cheney, . , 
Tiffany, Eliza Jane Marcy, . 
Tiffany, Eliza Mack, . . . 
Tiffany, Eliza M. Hendce, . 
Tiffany, Eliza Rich, , . . 
Tiffany, Eliza Sherman, . . 
Tiffany, Eliza Sutton, . . 
Tiffany, Eliza Ward, . , . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth (wife of James, 2), 



PAGE. 

166 

104 
43 
46 
31 

52 

119 
115 

124 

137 
176 
110 
166 
4 
Tiffany, Elizabeth (wife of Humphrey), VIII 

18 
126 
135 
171 
155 

66 
132 
175 

19 
129 
128 
176 
185 

29 
110 

76 
121 
174 
171 

81 
177 
154 
114 
152 
130 

42 

27 
7 
159 
124 
172 
111 
108 

82 

92 



Tiffany, Elizabeth, 176, . . . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth, 1907, . . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth, .... 
Tiffany, Elizabeth, 4, . . . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Adclia, 3049, 
Tiffany, Elizabeth A. Mills, . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Ann, 2036, . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Archie Hatcher, 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Arnold, 201, 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Bartlett, 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Birchard, 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Bratton, . . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Brewster, 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Bridge Howard 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Carey, . . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Everett, . . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Follett, . . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Helen Smithew, 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Lamont, . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth L. Armstrong, 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Lulu, 70, . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Maria Cornish, 
Tiffany, Elizabeth McMillan, , 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Nickerson, . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth P., 1984, . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Ralston, , 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Sarah Johnson, 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Seavcr, . . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth S. Marks, . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Smith, . . 
Tiffany, Elizabeth Steinhart, . 
Tiffany, Elizur, 1389, . . . 
Tiffany, Ella A., 1577, . . . 
Tiffany, Ella Aletta, 1098, . . 
Tiffany, Ella B., 1284, . . . 



232 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OP 











FAQS. 




raot. 


Tiffany, Elk Bird Granger, ... 158 


Tiffany, Emma Rosalie Bull, . 


. . 46 


Tiffany, Ella Irene, 895, . 






. 67 


Tiffany, Emma Ruth, 80, . . 


. . 175 


Tiffany, Ella May, 1722, 








. 115 






Tiffany, Ella M. Forbes, 








. 181 


Tiffany, Emma S. Rounds, . . 


. . 108 


Tiffany, Ella M. Lowe, . 








. 102 


Tiffany, Emellne A. Vosburg, . 


. . 155 


Tiffany, Ella T., 1622, . 








. 109 


Tiffany, Emeline E. Langlier, . 


. . 60 


Tiffany, Ella Winchell, . 








. 160 






Tiffany, Ella Woodford, 








, 93 


Tiffany, Emery Thaddeus, 995, 


. . 76 


Tiffany, Ella Young, '. . , 








67 


Tiffany, Emilus, 666, . . . 


. 56,57 


Tiffany, Ellen, 539, . . 








46 


Tiffany, Emily Estelle, 2064, . 


. . 133 


Tiffany, Ellen, 17, . . 








, 172 






Tiffany, Ellen, 6, . . . 








. 174 




. 108 


Tiffany, Ellen, 2, . . . < 








179 






Tiffany, Ellen Eliza Brown, 






88 


Tiffany, Emily McQuivery, . . 


. . 185 


Tiffany, Ellen Frances, 668, 






55 


Tiffany, Emily W. Jeffers Carpent 


er, 114 


Tiffany, Ellen Frances Seymou 


r, 




64 


Tiffany, Emily Wood Buff urn, . 


. . 123 


Tiffany, Ellen Johnson, . . 






166 


Tiffany, Enoch, 3330, . . . 


. 168 


Tiffany, Ellen Scanlan, . . 






67 






Tiffany, Elmer, 1632, . . 






no 


Tiffany, Ephraim, 2079, . . 


135, 136 


Tiffany, Elmer Duane, 707, 






58 






Tiffany, Elmer Edson, 1547, 






103 


Tiffany, Ephraim, 2155, . . 


. 151 


Tiffany, Elmer Fayette, 1788, 






117 


Tiffany, Epophroditus, 2134l>, 


. 109 


Tiffany, Elmer Newell, 1333, 






95 






Tiffany, Elmer Warren, 1490, 






105 


Tiffany, Erminia Scllew, . . , 


. 131 


Tiffany, Elona Mantling, . 






74 






Tiffany, Elsie Hyde, 615, . . 






62 


Tiffany, Ernest, (c) 1294, . . , 


. 94 


Tiffany, Elva A. Gerauld, . , 






108 






Tiffany, Elvira Hooper, . . , 






114 


Tiffany, Ernest Ashley, 1564, . . 


. 105 


Tiffany, Elwin Blooinfield, 153( 


), • 




102 


Tiffany, Ernest Williams, 1768, . 


. 116 


Tiffany, Elwood Frank, 1503, . 






105 


Tiffany, Ernest Winton, 1515, . . 


. 105 


Tiffany, Emma Allen, 43, . , 






181 






Tiffany, Emma Bacon, . . . 






81 


Tiffany, Erwin Dcwain, 1623, . , 


. 109 


Tiffany, Emma Berry, . . . 






170 


Tiffany, Erwin Milton, 16G2, . . 


. 109 


Tiffany, Emma Brandt, . . . 






76 






Tiffany, Emma Clarissa Blandi 


n, . 




75 






Tiffany, Emma C. Scott, . , 






123 


Tiffany, Esther Allison, 438, . 


. 29 


Tiffany, Emma Elmer, 2040, . 






132 


Tiffany, Esther Allison Brown, 


. 29 


Tiffany, Emma Gertrude, 3, , 






179 


Tiffany, Esther Brown, 361, . . 


. 30 


Tiffany, Emma Gillett, . . . 






76 


Tiffany, Esther Cclestia Pease, 


. 130 


Tiffany, Emma Gundlach, . . 






178 






Tiffany, Emma Holmes, . . 






76 


Tiffany, Esther E. Cooper, . . . 


. 53 


Tiffany, Emma I. Parrish, . , 






105 


Tiffany, Esther Elizabeth, (b) 241 


, . 21 


Tiffany, Emma Jane, 27, . . 






175 


Tiffany, Esther M. Safford, . . 


. 116 


Tiffany, Emma Jane, 3, . . , 






184 


Tiffany, Esther Randall, . . , 


. 80 


Tiffany, Emma Jane Case, 300: 


\ ' 




152 






Tiffany, Emma Jane Case, . , 






160 






Tiffany, Emma Jane Peck, . . 






76 




. 92 


Tiffany, Emma Lela, 1698, 






112 






Tiffany, Emma Louise Van Auken, . 


117 


Tiffany, Ethel Julia, 3158, . . . 


. 160 


Tiffany, Emma M. Sterling, 


. 


. 




117 







THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



233 



PAGB. 

Tiffany, Ethel Ward, 5, 179 

Tiffany, Etta Pohlman, 03 

Tiffany, Eugene, (c) 8253 104 

Tiffany, Eugene, 61, 176 

Tiffany, Eugene E., 722 69 

Tiffany, Eugene Harold, 67, . 173, 190 

Tiffany, Eugene Losey, 176 

Tiffany, Eulah Abba, 769 60 

Tiffany, Eunice 182 

Tiffany, Eunice Almeda Walker, . . 88 

Tiffany, Eunice Green 174 

Tiffany, Eunice Hebard, .... 63 

Tiffany, Eunice Weld, 336, ... 26 

Tiffany, Eunice Whetmore, . . . 155 

Tiffany, Euphemia, 568, .... 48 

Tiffany, Eva, 1275 93 

Tiffany, Eva A., 1758 116 

Tiffany, Eva Ann, 1161, .... 88 

Tiffany, Eva Crump, 156 

Tiffany, Eva L. Bennett 112 

Tiffany, Eva Van Buskirk, .... 101 

Tiffany, Evaline H. William*, ... 116 

Tiffany, Evelyn, 268 25 

Tiffany, Evelyn Bishop, 102 

Tiffany, Evelyn May Bayly, ... 37 

Tiffany, Everett Boyd, 67, ... . 176 

Tiffany, Evi, 42 173, 190 

Tiffany, Experience Chamberlain, . 62 

Tiffany, Ezekiel, 1827 121 

Tiffany, Ezekiel, 1855 121 

Tiffany, Ezekiel, 3184, 163 

Tiffany, Etekicl, (b) 3253 164 

Tiffany, Ezra, 1856 121 

Tiffany, Ezra, 19 183 

Tiffany, Ezra Lamont, 44, . . 173, 190 

Tiffany, Fannie L. Cavarly, . . . 182 

Tiffany, Fanny, 959 74 

Tiffany, Fanny, 1797 118 

Tiffany, Fanny Julia, 1776, ... 117 

Tiffany, Fanny L. Green 51 

Tiffany, Fanny Mack 97 

Tiffany, Fanny Mary Ely, .... 106 

Tiffany, Fanny Mary Saltsgiver, . . 72 

Tiffany, Fanny S. Gere, ..... 34 

Tiffany, Fanny Slade 155 

Tiffany, Fayette Buel, 3147, 159, 160, 161 

Tiffany, Fayette Transue, .... 105 

Tiffany, Ferdinand Balcomb, 1126, . 86 

Tiftany, Fernando Americus, 1673, . 112 

Tiffany, Ferris, 3222, 162 



Tiffany, Fidelia A. Finn, . . 
Tiffany, Finley L., 1798, . . 
Tiffany, Flavel B., A. M., M. D„ 
Tiffany, Flavel Benjamin, 1, . 
Tiffany, Flora Lathrop, 1502, . 
Tiffany, Flora Lena, 1664, . . 
Tiffany, Flora Louise Noble, 
Tiffany, Flora Parkhurst Johnson, 
Tiffany, Florence, 1316, . . . 
Tiffany, Florence, 1726, . . . 
Tiffany, Florence, 1782, . . . 
Tiffany, Florence, (b) 3327, . 
Tiffany, Florence, (b) 2, . . 
Tiffany, Florence Agnes, 1764, 
Tiffany, Florence Augusta, 908, 
Tiffany, Florence E., 3013, . 
Tiffany, Florence Johnson, . . 
Tiffany, Florence M. Ballou, . 
Tiffany, Floyd, 1255, . . . 
Tiffany, Frances Davis Hopkins, 
Tiffany, Frances Dwight, 2179, 
Tiffany, Frances Elizabeth Sayward, 
Tiffany, Frances Estella, 3110, 
Tiffany, Frances H., 3012, . . 
Tiffany, Frances II., 76, . . 
Tiffany, Frances Jane Comstock, 
Tiffany, Frances Lavantia, 804, 
Tiffany, Frances Maria Jcwett, 
Tiffany, Frances Sweatland, 
Tiffany, Francis, 268a, . . . 
Tiffany, Francis, Rev., 346, 
Tiffany, Francis A., 1319, . . 
Tiffany, Francis Alphonso, 40, 
Tiffany, Francis Buchanan, 359, 
Tiffany, Francis G., 1718, . 
Tiffany, Francis Henry, 16, 
Tiffany, Francis Howe, 62, 
Tiffany, Francis Leah, 65, . 
Tiffany, Frank, 1087, . . 
Tiffany, Frank, (e) 3252, . 
Tiffany, Frank, 4, . . . . 
Tiffany, Frank, 16, . . . 
Tiffany, Frank A., 1271, . 
Tiffany, Frank A., 44, . . 
Tiffany, Frank Amos, 1299, 
Tiffany, Frank B., 721, . . 
Tiffany, Frank B., (g) 3322, 
Tiffany, Frank Benjamin, (b) 2167a, 
Tiffany, Frank Bentley, 3166, 
Tiffany, Frank David, (a) 243, 



PAOB. 
118 

118 
186 
186 
101 
110 

76 
138 

94 
115 
117 
168 
184 
116 

68 

152 

130, 131 

104 

92 

42 
152 

70 
157 
152 
162 
133 

64 
181 
109 

25 
28,29 

95 
7,9 

29 

114, 115 

180 

9 

173, 190 

80 
164 
187 
187 

93 
181 

95 

58 
167 
151 
160 

22 



234 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 





PAGE. 


Tiffany, Frank E., 1765 { . 


. . . 117 


Tiffany, Frank Ernest, 1477, 


. . . 104 


Tiffany, Frank Ernest, 1663, 


. . . 104 


Tiffany, Frank Eugene, 1648, 


. . . 103 


Tiffany, Frank Gile, 247a, . 


. . . 23 


Tiffany, Frank Gile, 249b, . 


. . . 23 


Tiffany, Frank H„ 1237, . 


. . . 93 


Tiffany, Frank Lamont, 49, 


. . . 173 


Tiffany, Frank Munro, 3137, 


. . . 159 


Tiffany, Frank Newell, 1616, 


. . . 105 


Tiffany, Frank R., 1078, . 


. . . 81 


Tiffany, Frank Ralph, 1246, 


, . . 92 






Tiffany, Franklin Elliott, 1379, 


101, 105 


Tiffany, Franklin Gould, 3068, 


. . 158 


Tiffany, Franklin H., 1217, 


. . 91 


Tiffany, Franklin M., 1578, 


. . 108 


Tiffany, Franklin P., 241, . 


. . 21 










Tiffany, Fred Anson, 999, . 


. . 76 


Tiffany, Fred Foster, 1178, , 


. . 88 










Tiffany, Fred Manly, 248a, 


. . 23 






Tiffany, Frederic Leroy, 2051b 


, . . 133 






Tiffany, Frederick, 3151, . . 


. . 160 


Tiffany, Frederick A., 1079, . 


. . 81 


Tiffany, Frederick A., 2052, . 


. . 133 


Tiffany, Frederick Alexander, 1 


129, . 45 


Tiffany, Frederick Anthony, 15 


29, . 102 


Tiffany, Frederick Augustus, 20 


21, 132, 133 


Tiffany, Frederick E., 1602, , 


. . 108 


Tiffany, Frederick Russell, (a) J 


1167a, 151 


Tiffany, Frederick Trenck, 1926 


1, . . 127 














































Tiffany, George, 2148, . . . 


162, 166 



Tiffany, George, 3203, 167 



Tiffany, George, 86, ... . 
Tiffany, George Aranson, 2020, 
Tiffany, George Augustus, 465, 
Tiffany, George Augustus, 613, 
Tiffany, George Augustus, 51, . 
Tiffany, George Bronson, 1130, 
Tiffany, George Brown, 43, 
Tiffany, George Buffum, 1888, 
Tiffany, George Clinton, 686, . 
Tiffany, George Curtis, 3139, . 
Tiffany, George D., 3009, . . 
Tiffany, George E., 1005, . . 
Tiffany, George E., 4, . . . 
Tiffany, George Edward, 2125, 
Tiffany, George Edwin, 914a, . 
Tiffany, George Edwin, 21, 
Tiffany, George Emory, 24, 
Tiffany, George F., 67, . . . 
Tiffany, George Fox, 60, . . 
Tiffany, George Fox, 96, . . 
Tiffany, George Franklin, 737, 
Tiffany, George H., 1089, . . 
Tiffany, George H., (i) 3322, . 
Tiffany, George Henry, (b) 4, . 
Tiffany, George Hubert, 631, . 
Tiffany, George J. Buell, 1008, 
Tiffany, George Leonard, 972, 
Tiffany, George Levi, 3148, 
Tiffany, George Lewis, 1878, . 
Tiffany, George Lewis, 1891, . 
Tiffany, George M., 1633, . . 
Tiffany, George Mason, 3326, . 
Tiffany, George Morton, 635, . 
Tiffany, George Oliver, 600, . 
Tiffany, George Paul, 68, . . 

• Tiffany, George Peabody, 347, 
Tiffany, George Peabody, Jr., 868, 
Tiffany, George Peabody, 3d, 441, 
Tiffany, George Peletiah, 1668, 
Tiffany, George Pitkin, 2, . . . 
Tiffany, George Preston, 1618, 
Tiffany, George Russell, 758, . . 
Tiffany, George S., 1324, . . . 
Tiffany, George Stanton, Lieut, 94, 
Tiffany, George Steele, 2193, . . 
Tiffany, George Sylvester, 519, . 
Tiffany, George Sylvester, 632, . 

Tiffany, George Sylvester, M. D., 
548, 

Tiffany, George W., 1382, . . . 



PAGE. 

. 183 
. 132 
42,43 
. 43 
. 182 
86, 87 
. 176 
. 123 
. 50 
. 168 
. 152 
. 76 
. 186 
. 139 
. 69 
174, 175 
. 175 



. 176 
9 
11 
. 60 
. 80 
. 167 
. 186 
. 45 
. 76 
. 77 
. 160 
. 123 
. 123 
. 110 
. 168 
. 54 
. 43 
. 176 
28,30 
. 30 
. 30 

111, 112 
. 186 

109, 110 
. 60 
. 95 
10 
. 154 
44,45 
45, 46 



46 
101 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



235 





rAGK. 




PAGS. 


Tiffany, George W., 1624, . . 


. . Ill 




168 


Tiffany, George W., 1712, . . 


. . 114 


Tiffany, Harmon Blakeslee, 1463, . 


103 


Tiffany, Georgiana, 1687, • . 


. . 112 


Tiffany, Harold Beecher, 1537, . . 


102 


Tiffany, Georgie A. Mat thesson, 


. . 76 


Tiffany, Harold Dimmick, 1607, . . 


108 


Tiffany, Gerald Whitman, 878, 


. . 65 


Tiffany, Harold Freeman, 3043, . . 


154 


Tiffany, Gertie Blanche, 1766, 


. . 116 




63 


Tiffany, Gertruda Electa, 1544, 


. . 103 




163 


Tiffany, Gertrude, 1566, . . 


. . 105 




118 


Tiffany, Gertrude E., 901, . . 


. . 68 


Tiffany, Harriet Adelaide Whitney, . 


75 


Tiffany, Gertrude Frederica Coi 


with, 133 


Tiffany, Ha;riet B., 190, .... 


19 


Tiffany, Giddings Ballou, 3014, 


. . 153 


Tiffany, Harriet Bradford, 1910. . . 


127 




. . 6, 41 


Tiffany, Harriet Carpenter, .... 


50 


Tiffany, Gideon, 461, . . . 


. 42, 46 


Tiffany, Harriet Celinda Wilmarth, . 


86 


Tiffany, Gideon K., 555, . . 


. . 47 




69 






Tiffany, Harriet Isabelle, 2189, . . 


154 


Tiffany, Giles Chapman, 3, 


. . 185 


Tiffany, Harriet Janette, 806, . . . 


64 


Tiffany, Gilman Parris, 378, . 


. . 33 


Tiffany, Harriet L. Fabun, .... 


168 






Tiffany, Harriet Louise Goodwin, . 


139 


Tiffany, Gladys, (b) 1308, . . 


. . 94 


Tiffany, Harriet Lurena Fabun, 3319, 


167 


Tiffany, Glen Bruce, 1767, . . 


. . 116 


Tiffany, Harriet McDowell, . . . 


168 






Tiffany, Harriet Newell Hyde, . . 


86 




. . 21 


Tiffany, Harriet Olivia Avery Young, 


38 




. . 32 


Tiffany, Harriet R. Hamden, . . . 


164 




. . 95 




11 






164 






Tiffany, Harry B., 1601a, .... 


108 


Tiffany, Grace Addeline, 4, 


. . 179 


Tiffany, Harry Culton, 304a, . . . 


22 


Tiffany, Grace Gray, 72, . . 


. . 177 


Tiffany, Harry Edwards, 3187, . . 


164 


Tiffany, Guy Adolphus, 1240, . 


. . 93 


Tiffany, Harry H., 1895, .... 


124 


Tiffany, Guy Uleric, 1187, . . 


. . 89 




176 


Tiffany, H. Leonard, 239, . . 


. . 21 


Tiffany, Harry Harvey, 1546, . . . 


103 






Tiffany, Harry Johnson, 1889, . . 


123 








76 






Tiffany, Harry M., 898 


68 


Tiffany, Hannah A., 1238, 


. . 93 


Tiffany, Harry Ray, 1517 


105 


Tiffany, Hannah Carpenter, . 


. . 83 


Tiffany, Harvey Edward, 1430, 118 


, 119 


Tiffany, Hannah Chamberlain, 


. . 89 


Tiffany, Harvey Fuller, 1991, . . . 


130 


Tiffany, Hannah H. French, . 


. . 155 


Tiffany, Harvey Nelson, 1462, . . 


103 


Tiffany, Hannah Janette, 807, 


. . 65 


Tiffany, Harvie Justine, 927, . . . 


71 


Tiffany, Hannah Mathewson, . 


. . 80 




117 








95 


Tiffany, Hannah Raught, . . 


. . Ill 


Tiffany, Hattic Daniels, .... 


95 


Tiffany, Hannah Routledge, 


. . 67 


Tiffany, Hattie E. Tewksbury, . . 


112 






Tiffany, Hattie L. Miller, .... 


108 


Tiffany, Hannah Sylvia, (c) 3329, 


. 168 


Tiffany, Hattie Sarah, 618 


61 


Tiffany, Hannah Tomlinson, . 


. . 46 




94 


Tiffany, Hannah Wilder, . . 


. . 151 


Tiffany, Hazel May, 731 


58 








29 


Tiffany, Harlan Page, 611, 


. . 51 




65 


Tiffany, Harlan Page, 2d, 613, 


. . 52 


Tiffany, Helen Freeman, 3044, . . 


154 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



Tiffany, Helen Graham, . . . 
Tiffany, Helen Harvey, . . . 
Tiffany, Helen Isabel, 2044, . 
Tiffany, Helen Louise, 1007, . 
Tiffany, Helen Maria, 522, 
Tiffany, Helen Marie Hyde, . 
Tiffany, Helen M. Spencer, , 
Tiffany, Helen Marr, 81, . . 
Tiffany, Helim Washington, 220, 
Tiffany, Henrietta, 10, . . . 
Tiffany, Henrietta Crabtree, • 
Tiffany, Henry, (1) 206, . . 
Tiffany, Henry, (2) 208, . . 
Tiffany, Henry, (1) 226, . . 
Tiffany, Henry, (2) 243, . . 

Tiffany, Henry, 398 

Tiffany, Henry, 406 

Tiffany, Henry, 1080, . . . 
Tiffany, Henry, 2171, . . . 
Tiffany, Henry, 3252, . . . 
Tiffany, Henry A., 3008, . . 
Tiffany, Henry 13., 2178, . . 
Tiffany, Henry Charles, 420, 
Tiffany, Henry Dyer, 53, . . 
Tiffany, Henry Francis, 87, . 
Tiffany, Henry Franklin, 1879, 
Tiffany, Henry Harding, (a) 241, 
Tiffany, Henry Homer, 2, . . 
Tiffany, Henry Judd, 1699, . 
Tiffany, Henry Judson, 1469, . 
Tiffany, Henry Martyn, 1143, 
Tiffany, Henry Nelson, 1527, . 
Tiffany, Henry Fhinney, 1947, 
Tiffany, Henry S., 304, . . . 
Tiffany, Henry Waddington, 18, 
Tiffany, Henry Walter Hale, 197, 
Tiffany, Hepzibah Champion, . 
Tiffany, Herbert, 1027, . . . 
Tiffany, Herbert, 8, . . . . 
Tiffany, Herbert Gould, 3132, 
Tiffany, Herbert Orrin, 1186, . 
Tiffany, Herbert Price, (d) 3329, 
Tiffany, Herbert Thorndike, 364, 
Tiffany, Herman F., 2024, . . 
Tiffany, Hetty Elvira Moore, . 
Tiffany, Hezekiah, 951, . . . 
Tiffany, Hezekiah, 2075, . . 
Tiffany, Hezekiah, 2097, . . 
Tiffany, Hezekiah Lincoln, 2123, 
Tiffany, Hiero Gillis, 3094, . 



PAGE. 

. 164 

64 
. 132 

. 76 
44 

. 52 

. 160 
. 175 
20,24 
. 187 
. 187 
. 19 

20, 24 

21, 22 
. 22 

36 
. 36 
. 80 

151, 162 
. 164 
. 152 
. 152 
. 39 
. 9, 11 
. 181. 
. 123' 
. 21- 
. 184* 
. 113 , 
. 104. 
. 88-. 
. 102* 
. 128 - 
. 22 
. 187 
. 19 

172, 189 
. 77 
. 187 
. 159 
. 89 
. 168 
. 30 
. 132 
. 127 

74, 134 
. 135 
. 137 
. 139 
. 157 



Tiffany, Hiero Gillis, Jr., 8108, 
Tiffany, Hilda Goddard, 425, 
Tiffany, Hiram, 217, . . 
Tiffany, Hiram, 976, . . 
Tiffany, Hiram, 966, . . . 
Tiffany, Hiram Lee, 567, . 
Tiffany, Hollis, 1256, . . 
Tiffany, Homer, 249, . . 
Tiffany, Homer, 3241, . . 
Tiffany, Homer Brown, 59, 
Tiffany, Homer E., 242, . 
Tiffany, Homer H., 1781, . 
Tiffany, Homer Marks, 3136, 
Tiffany, Hope Arnold, (b) 4, 
Tiffany, Horace, (a) 433, . 
Tiffany, Horace B., 922, . 
Tiffany, Horace Elijah, 1738, 
Tiffany, Horace L., 698, . 
Tiffany, Horace Nathan, 674, 
Tiffany, Horace Tingley, 339, 
Tiffany, Hosea, 948, . . . 
Tiffany, Hosea, 1203, . . 
Tiffany, Hosea, 1291, . . 
Tiffany, Hosea E., 1519, . 
Tiffany, Hosea Edwin, 1244, 
Tiffany, Howe, 135, . . . 
Tiffany, Huldah Holmes, . 
Tiffany, Humphrey, 1, . . 
Tiffany, Humphrey, 946, . . 
Tiffany, Humphrey, 1041, '. 
Tiffany, Humphrey Cuyler, 380, 
Tiffany, Humphrey Dallas, 1433, 
Tiffany, Ida, 57, ... . 
Tiffany, Ida Belle, (d) 4, . 
Tiffany, Ida Christina Bothart, 
Tiffany, Ida Holbrook, . . 
Tiffany, Ida L., 1691, . . 
Tiffany, Ida M., 1707, . . 
Tiffany, Ida M. Crandall, . 
Tiffany, Ida Martha, . . . 
Tiffany, Ida Mary Hale, 
Tiffany, Ida May, (d) 3327, 
Tiffany, Imogene Spencer, . 
Tiffany, Inez Estella, 774, . 
Tiffany, Ira Davis, (a) 3322, 
Tiffany, Ira Jay, 3109, . . 
Tiffany, Ira I'atchin, 3322, . 
Tiffany, Irvin Lindsey, 1487, 
Tiffany, Isa Blakeslee, . . 
Tiffany, Isa Maria, 1769, . 



vu, 



*age\ 
. 157 
40 
20,23 
. 75 
. 76 
. 48 
. 92 
. 22 
. 163 

173, 190 
. 21 
. 117 
. 159 
. 184 
. 27 
. 71 
. 116 
. 61 
56, 61 
. 27 
74,90 
. 91 
. 94 
. 101 
. 91 
. 16 
. 157 
viii, ix, x 
74,79 
79, 80 
. 33 

118, 119 
9 
. 186 
. 177 
. 94 
. 112 
. 113 
. 113 
. Ill 
. 160 
. 168 
. 80 
. 61 
. 167 
. 157 
. 167 
. 105 
. Ill 
. 116 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



237 



PAGE. 

Tiffany, Isaac, 9061 134 

Tiffany, Iaaac Augustus, 3332, . . 168 
Tiffany, Isaac Brown, 12, . . 171, 177 

Tiffany, Isaac C, 2064, 134 

Tiffany, Isaac Chancy, 8, .... 178 

Tiffany, Isaac Hall, 463 42 

Tiffany, Isaac Mason, (j) 3329, . . 168 
Tiffany, Isaac R., 1613, . . . 109, 110 

Tiffany, Isaac S., 1077, 81 

Tiffany, Isabel, 401, 36 

Tiffany, Isabel, 17, 187 

Tiffany, Isabel Perry, 99 11 

Tiffany, Isabella, 127 15 

Tiffany, Isabelle Perry 36 

Tiffany, Isaiah, 1820, ... 120, 124 
Tiffany, Isaiah, 1833, ... 124, 125 

Tiffany, Isaiah, 1898, 125 

Tiffany, Isaiah, 1908 126 

Tiffany, Isaiah, 1946 128 

Tiffany, Isaiah Whiting, 1930, 127, 128 

Tiffany, Israel, 1042 79, 81 

Tiffany, Iva May, 1604a, .... 108 

Tiffany, J. B., 1684, Ill 

Tiffany, Jackson, (h) 3329, . . . 168 

Tiffany, Jacob, 212, 20 

Tiffany, James, 2 4, 5 

Tiffany, James, 5, ...... 5, 6 

Tiffany, James, 22 6 

Tiffany, James, 30, 6 

Tiffany, James, 171, 18 

Tiffany, James, 175 18, 19 

Tiffany, James, 203 19 

Tiffany, James, 777 62, 63 

Tiffany, James, 2174, 151 

Tiffany, James Albert, 387, ... 34 
Tiffany, James Alfred, 1474, ... 104 
Tiffany, James Alfred, 7, .... 187 
Tiffany, James Bigelow, 879, ... 65 
Tiffany, James Byron, 2174n, . . . 151 

Tiffany, James E., 258, 24 

Tiffany, James Emory, 22, ... . 174 

Tiffany, James G., 789 63 

Tiffany, James Goelet Du Bois, 382a, 34 

Tiffany, James H., 26, 178 

Tiffany, James Hopkins, 818, ... 65 

Tiffany, James L., 4, 178 

Tiffany, James L., 4, 185 

Tiffany, Jane A., 15 174 

Tiffany, Jane Ann, 538 45 

Tiffany, Jane Coralyn Conic, ... 65 



Tiffany, Jane J., 1573, . . , 
Tiffany, Jane Janette Gardiner, 
Tiffany, Jane L. Webster, 
Tiffany, Jane M., 2053, . 
Tiffany, Jane Mclntyre, . 
Tiffany, Jane Read, . . 
Tiffany, Jane Smith, . . 
Tiffany, Janett Hayden, 2048, 
Tiffany, Jared Eugene, 25, 
Tiffany, Jared L., 10, 
Tiffany, Jared M., 1575, 
Tiffany, Jeanctte, 3267, . 
Tiffany, Jeanette Du Bois, 381 
Tiffany, Jefferson, 3186, 
Tiffany, Jehial, 791, . . 
Tiffany, Jemima C. Kichc, 
Tiffany, Jemima Griswold, 
Tiffany, Jennie, . . . 
Tiffany, Jennie, 5, . . 
Tiffany, Jennie A., 1796, 
Tiffany, Jennie A. Titus 
Tiffany, Jennie Adelenc, 443, 
Tiffany, Jennie Ancy, 1526, 
Tiffany, Jennie Cavarly, 63, 
Tiffany, Jennie Churchill Curler, 
Tiffany, Jennie E. Brown, . 
Tiffany, Jennie E. Fulkerson, 
Tiffany, Jennie E. Trumbull, 
Tiffany, Jennie Elmira Howe, 
Tiffany, Jennie Gooden, . 
Tiffany, Jennie II. Aldrich Dibble, 
Tiffany, Jennie L., 15G9, . 
Tiffany, Jennie L. McMillan, 
Tiffany, Jennie May, 1792, . 
Tiffany, Jesse Lc Roy, 1800, 
Tiffany, Jesse Manlcy, 829 . 
Tiffany, Jessie, (a) 3252, . 
Tiffany, Jessie A., 1791, . 
Tiffany, Jessie C Whitman, 
Tiffany, Jessie Goodwin, 2127, 
Tiffany, Jessie Maryland Glisan, 
Tiffany, Jessie Whetmore, 3138, 
Tiffany, Joanna Parks, . . . 
Tiffany, Joannah Hanks, . . 

Tiffany, Joel, 28 

Tiffany, Joel, 2153 

Tiffany, Joel, 2173 

Tiffany, Johanna Margaret, 66, 
Tiffany, John, 15, .... 
Tiffany, John, 183, .... 



PAGR. 

. 107 
. 117 
. 68 
. 133 
. 164 
. 35 
64 
. 132 
. 178 
. 178 
. 108 
. 164 
. 34 
. 164 
64, 65 
, 177 
. 124 
. 110 
. 187 
. 118 
. 105 
. 35 
. 102 
. 182 
. 134 
173, 190 
. 76 
. 103 
. 80 
. 116 
Mrs., 69 
. 105 
. 104 
. 117 
. H9 
67, 69 
. 164 
. 118 
. 65 
. 139 
. 69 
. 159 
. 59 
. 167 
6 

150, 151 

151, 153 
. 176 
.5, 73 

19 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



Tiffany, John, 899, . . 

Tiffany, John, 784, . . 

Tiffany, John, 945, . . 

Tiffany, John, 958, . . 

Tiffany, John, 1111, . . 

Tiffany, John, 1177, . . 

Tiffany, John, 1834, . . 

Tiffany, John, 1905, . . 

Tiffany, John, 1906, . . 

Tiffany, John, 1848, . . 

Tiffany, John, 2d, 1850, 

Tiffany, John, 1906, . . 

Tiffany, John, 1978, . . 

Tiffany, John, 3288, . . 

Tiffany, John, 3334, , . 

Tiffany, John, 1, . . . 

Tiffany, John, 37, . . 

Tiffany, John, 1, . . . 

Tiffany, John Albert, 656, 

Tiffany, John Avery, 7, . 

Tiffany, John Avery, 19, 

Tiffany, John B., 93, . 

Tiffany, John Darnc*, 2, 

Tiffany, John C, 2, . . 

Tiffany, John C, 55, 

Tiffany, John Corning, 9, 

Tiffany, John Crane, 2107, 

Tiffany, John D., 6, . . 
Tiffany, John Edwin, 23, 
Tiffany, John Fuller, 68, 
Tiffany, John Harold, 877, 
Tiffany, John Harry, 3255, 
Tiffany, John Herbert L., 1336, 
Tiffany, John Hopkins, 819, 
Tiffany, John Hudson, 1667, 
Tiffany, John Jewett, 62, . 
Tiffany, John Kellogg, 2015, 
Tiffany, John Kellogg, 2038, 
Tiffany, John Kellogg, 2d, 2047, 
Tiffany, John L., 1406, . . 
Tiffany, John Lathrop, 1927, 
Tiffany, John Lathrop, 1948, 
Tiffany, John Lathrop, 2d, 1950, 
Tiffany, John Maitland, 565, 
Tiffany, John Mathewion, 1002, 
Tiffany, John Mathcwson, 2d, 
Tiffany, John McClintock, 372 
Tiffany, John Sheldon, 979, 
Tiffany, John Thomaa, 65, . 
Tiffany, John Wallace, 1428, 



1065,. 



PAOB. 

. 36 

. 63 

. 74 

74 

85,89 

. 89 

124, 126 

. 126 

. 126 

. 128 

. 128 

. 129 

. 130 

. 166 

. 108 

. 173 

. 176 

. 185 
47,48 

174, 175 

. 174 

. 177 

. 187 

. 173 

. 176 

. 179 

. 138 

. 178 

. 175 

. 182 

. 65 

. 164 

. 95 

. 65 

s HI 
. 182 
. 132 
. 132 
. 132 
. 114 
. 127 
. 128 
. 128 
. 48 
. 80 
81 
32 
75 
176 
118 



PAOX. 

Tiffany, John Wesley, 835, . . 67, 68 
Tiffany, John William, 1099, ... 82 
Tiffany, John Winfield, 993, ... 75 

Tiffany, Jonathan, 16 5 

Tiffany, Jonathan, 179 18, 19 

Tiffany, Jonathan, 582 49, 62 

Tiffany, Jonathan J., 194, .... 19 

Tiffany, Jonathan Johnson, 3063, 157, 158 
Tiffany, Joseph, 4, ..... . 5 

Tiffany, Joseph, 330, ... 26, 27, 28 
Tiffany, Joseph Albert, 343, . . 28, 34 
Tiffany, Joseph Burr, 377, ... 33, 34 
Tiffany, Joseph Burr, Jr., 384, . . 34 
Tiffany, Joseph Capron, 307, . 30, 32, 33 
Tiffany, Joseph Champion, 41, . 173, 190 
Tiffany, Joseph Champion, 58, . 173, 190 
Tiffany, Joseph Edgar, 14, ... . 187 

Tiffany, Joseph Edward, 1, 
Tiffany, Joseph F., 69, . . 
Tiffany, Joseph Lord, 1370, 
Tiffany, Joseph Osmond, 390, 
Tiffany, Joseph T., 16, . . 
Tiffany, Joseph Thomas, 1401, 
Tiffany, Joseph W., 1415, . 
Tiffany, Joseph Waddington, 1 
Tiffany, Joseph Warren, . . 
Tiffany, Joseph White, 349, 
Tiffany, Josephine, 1003, 
Tiffany, Josephine, 9, . . 
Tiffany, Josephine Jenner, . 
Tiffany, Josephine M., 91, . 
Tiffany, Josephine Margaret, 3038, 
Tiffany, Josephine Moulton, 
Tiffany, Judd, 1754, . . . 
Tiffany, Judson, 1636, . . 
Tiffany, Judson E., 1671, . 
Tiffany, Judson Emmons, 994, 
Tiffany, Judson Nathan, 678, 
Tiffany, Julia A., 191, . . 
Tiffany, Julia A., 29, . . 
Tiffany, Julia Ann Burdett, 
Tiffany, Julia Ann Camp, . 
Tiffany, Julia Anna Hempstead, 
Tiffany, Julia Augusta, 2042, 
Tiffany, Julia Charlotte Chase, 



Tiffany, Jul 



Tiffany, Jul 



a DeForcst, 427, 



Tiffany, Julia Esther, 634, 
Tiffany, Julia Gilman, 
Tiffany, Julia Hilliard, . 



a Hitchcock, 



. 184 

. 182 

. 100 

. 35 
174, 177 

. 114 

. 116 

. 187 

. Ill 

. 28 

. 76 

. 186 

. 115 

. 177 

. 154 

. 158 

. 117 

. 110 

'. 112 

. 76 
57, 58 

. 19 

. 175 

. 55 

. 53 

. 116 

. 132 

. 71 

. 40 

. 54 

. 33 

. 181 

. 155 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA, 



239 





FAGK. 


Tiffany, Julia Louisa, 2017, . 


. . 132 


Tiffany, Julia Louise, 1761, 


. . 116 


Tiffany, Julia M. Hunter, . . 


. . 114 










Tiffany, Julian DeWitt, 690, . 


. . 61 










Tiffany, Junie Belle, 1890, . . 


. . 123 






Tiffany, Katherine Anna Beck wit 1 


i, . 160 


Tiffany, Katherine Glisan, 934, 


. . 69 


Tiffany, Katie L., 1304, . . 


. . 95 


Tiffany, Katie Maria, 1886, 


. . 123 














Tiffany, Kinney Orville, 1794, 


. . 117 


Tiffany, Labon Clark, 11, . . 


. 178, 179 


Tiffany, La Grange, 899, . . 


. . 68 


Tiffany, Lansing Clayton, 914, 


. 69 


Tiffany, Lanson J., 1072, . . 


. . 82 










Tiffany, Laura Bell, 3118, . . 


. . 158 






Tiffany, Laura Burr, 370, . . 


. 32 


Tiffany, Laura Burr, 393, . . 


. . 35 


Tiffany, Laura Burr, 445, ,. . 


. 35 


Tiffany, Laura Etta, 3131, . . 


. . 159 






Tiffany, Laura Lee, 902, . . 


. 68 






Tiffany, Laura Whitney, . . 


. 77 


Tiffany, Laurana Jewell, . . 


. 157 


Tiffany, Lavinia Amelia Marsh, . 


. 51 


Tiffany, Lavinia Hempstead, . . 


. 117 






Tiffany, Lawrence Budlong, 803, . 


. 64 






Tiffany, Legrange, 1619, . . . 


. 109 




. 109 


Tiffany, Lena Louise, 1775, . . 


. 117 


Tiffany, Lena Mills, 2130, . . . 


. 139 


Tiffany, Lenna G., 1G02a, . . . 


. 108 










Tiffany, Leon Joel, 2191, . . . 


. 154 


Tiffany, Leon Ray, 1557, . . . 


. 105 


Tiffany, Leonard, 9G1, . . . . 


74,77 



Tiffany, Leonard Edmund, (b) 243, 
Tiffany, Leonora Matilda, 2012, 
Tiffany, Leroy L, 897, . . 
Tiffany, Lester, 3059, . . 
Tiffany, Lester Elbert, 1762, 
Tiffany, Lettie Eveline, 1488, 
Tiffany, Leverett Williams, 2195, 
Tiffany, Levi, 1969, . . . 
Tiffany, Levi, 2139, . . . 
Tiffany, Levi, 2163, . . . 
Tiffany, Levi Dornin, 3062, 
Tiffany, Levi H., 3053, . . 
Tiffany, Levi KL, 5, . . . 
Tiffany, Levinia Leach, . . 
Tiffany, Lewis, 1047, . . 
Tiffany, Lewis, 1348, . . 
Tiffany, Lewis John, 1804, . 
Tiffany, Lewis Nelson, 590, 
Tiffany, Lewis Stephen, 1500, 
Tiffany, Libbie Sayboutz, . 
Tiffany, Lila Andrews Robinson, 
Tiffany, Lila B., 79, . . . 
Tiffany, Lilian Ida, 3143, . 
Tiffany, Lillie Belle, 1095, . 
Tiffany, Lillis Wilder, 1251, 
Tiffany, Lisa Kneeland Wyatt, 
Tiffany, Lizzie, 73, ... 
Tiffany, Lizzie Bedell, . . 
Tiffany, Lizzie Cavarly, 61, 
Tiffany, Lizzie K. Miller, . 
Tiffany, Lizzie M. Bennett, 
Tiffany, Lizzie P., 1545, . 
Tiffany, Lloyd Anson, 1555, 
Tiffany, Lois, 1842, . . . 
Tiffany, Lois Dwight, 1989, 
Tiffany, Lois Lord, . . . 
Tiffany, Lois Wood, . . . 
Tiffany, Loomis Titus, 3069, 
Tiffany, Lora A. Knapp, . 
Tiffany, Loranda, 1294, . . 
Tiffany, Lord Nelson, 2022, 
Tiffany, Lorenzo, 3189, . . 
Tiffany, Lorenzo, 3204, . . 
Tiffany, Lorin, 1113, . . 
Tiffany, Lorinda, 15, . . 
Tiffany, Loring, 36, . . . 
Tiffany, Loring Olney, 1127, 
Tiffany, Lottie A., 33, . . 
Tiffany, Lottie May, 564, . 
Tiffany, Louis Comfort, 418, 



FAGS. 

22 
. 131 
. 68 
. 156 
. 116 
. 105 
. 154 
129, 130 
150, 155 
. 155 
. 157 
. 155 
. 185 
. 80 
. 80 
96, 114 
. 119 
. 50 
. 105 
. 92 
. 29 
. 177 
. 159 
81 
92 
. 30 
. 177 
. 105 
. 182 
. 88 
. 89 
. 103 
. 104 
. 128 
. 130 
. 131 
. 162 
158, 159 
. 81 
. 94 
. 132 
. 164 
. 168 
. 85 
. 178 
7 
. 86 
. 178 
48 
39,40 



240 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



Tiffany, Louis Comfort, Jr., 426, 
Tiffany, Louii Le Prelete, 838, 
Tiffany, Louis Le Prelete, 433, 
Tiffany, Louis McLane, 407, 
Tiffany, Louii McLane, 410, 
Tiffany, Louisa, 1724, . . 
Tiffany, Louisa, 46, , . . 
Tiffany, Louisa, 45, , , . 
Tiffany, Louisa Augusta, 814, 
Tiffany, Louisa Church, . . 
Tiffany, Louisa Coman, . . 
Tiffany, Louisa Dexter, . . 
TifTany, Louisa Follett, . . 
Tiffany, Louisa Tanner, . . 
Tiffany, Louise, 1709, . . 
Tiffany, Louise E. Davenport, 
Tiffany, Louise Harriet, 419, 
TifTany, Louise M., 1534, . 
Tiffany, Louise T. Lyon, . 
Tiffany, Louise Tallmadge, 
Tiffany, Louise Wakeman Knox, 
Tiffany, Loyal Peck, 3323, . 
Tiffany, Luccna Cook, . . 
Tiffany, Luccna M., 1097, . 
Tiffany, Lucia B. Crandall, 
TifTany, Lucian, 627, . . 
Tiffany, Lucicn B., 223, 
Tiffany, Lucinda, 579, . . 
Tiffany, Lucinda, 1910, . . 
Tiffany, Lucius Fernando, 796, 
Tiffany, Lucius Patchin, 821a, 
Tiffany, Lucretia Corning, . . 
Tiffany, Lucretia Kingsbury, . 
Tiffany, Lucretia Permelia, 1398, 
Tiffany, Lucretia Potter, . . 
Tiffany, Lucy, ...... 

TifTany, Lucy, 1964, .... 

TifTany, Lucy Amy, 1147, . . 
TifTany, Lucy Ann Roper, . . 
TifTany, Lucy Avery, 1987, . 
TifTany, Lucy Caroline, 1449, . 
TifTany, Lucy Conktyn Frozier, 
Tiffany, Lucy E., 1670, . . . 
TifTany, Lucy E. Loom in, . . 
TifTany, Lucy Ellen, 2009, . . 
Tiffany, Lucy Emetine, 1558, . 
Tiffany, Lucy Follett, . . . 
Tiffany, Lucy Hyde, .... 

Tiffany, Lucy Mason, . . , 
Tiffany, Lucy Miller, , , , 



PAOI. 

40 
27 
27 
36,37 
37 
115 
176 
181 
65 
164 
92 
64 
110 
178 
116 
68 
39,40 
102 
95 
81 
39 
107 
81 
82 
102 
53, 55 
20,25 
. 49 
. 126 
64, 66 
66 
, 179 
, 155 
114 
, 113 
, 129 
129 
88 
101 
131 
102 
180 
112 
103 
131 
105 
85,86 
64 
125 
97 



PAOK. 

Tiffany, Lulu Elvira, (e) 4, ... 186 

Tiffany, Lulu Maud, 1185, .... 89 

Tiffany, Lurona, 3209 169 

Tiffany, Luther, 2134i, 169 

Tiffany, Luther, 7a, 174 

Tiffany, Luther Little, 3201, ... 166 

Tiffany, Luther Scott, 2134N, ... 170 
Tiffany, Luther W., 3308, . . 106, 107 

Tiffany, Lydia, 1037, 79 

Tiffany, Lydia B. Tomlinson, ... 7 

Tiffany, Lydia Bradford 152 

Tiffany, Lydia E. Siekler, .... 118 

Tiffany, Lydia Hurlburt 173 

Tiffany, Lydia Lemon Jenks, . . . 170 

Tiffany, Lydia Meyers, 110 

Tiffany, Lydia San ford Carpenter, . 35 

TifTany, Lyman, 33, 7 

Tiffany, Lyman, 51 9, 10 

Tiffany, Lyman, 207a 25 

Tiffany, Lyman, 005, 55 

Tiffany, Lyman Bloomfield, 1447, . 102 

Tiffany, Lyman Hurlburt, 6a, . 174, 175 

Tiffany, Lyman Hurlburt, 17, . . . 174 

Tiffany, Lyman Hurlburt, 35, . . . 176 

Tiffany, Lynda Pierce Temple, . . 03 

Tiffany, Lynn, 1780, 117 

Tiffany, M. A. Everett 76 

Tiffany, Mabel, 1779 117 

Tiffany, Mabel Blanche, 1601, . . 109 

Tiffany, Mabel Frances, 1666, ... Ill 

Tiffany, Mabel Freeman, 3042, . . 154 

Tiffany, Mabel G., 1004 76 

Tiffany, Madeline Borland, .... 36 

Tiffany, Maggie, 1783 117 

Tiffany, Maggie A. Dutter, ... 102 

Tiffany, Maggie Hepburn, .... 94 

Tiffany, Maggie O. Donolds, . . . 119 

Tiffany, Major, 0, 171, 172, 173, 189, 190 

Tiffany, Major, 10 171, 172 

Tiffany, Malena Fish 102 

Tiffany, Malvina, 93 

Tiffany, Malvina E., 1243, .... 91 

Tiffany, Mancna Morehouse, . . . 1G4 

Tiffany, Manley Delos, 910, ... 09 

Tiffany, Maranda A. Bailey, . . . 177 

Tiffany, Marcus D., 251, ... . 23 

Tiffany, Margaret, (c) 44, ... . 7 

Tiffany, Margaret, 1273 93 

Tiffany, Margaret, 30b0, .... 150 

Tiffany, Margaret A. Gillespie, . . 113 



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241 



PAOB. 

Tiffany, Margaret Case, . .... 151 
Tiffany, Margaret Catherine Fogel- 

song, 176 

Tiffany, Margaret Cornish, 3045, . . 154 

Tiffany, Margaret Hardenbrook, . . 113 

Tiffany, Margaret I. Gillespie, . . Ill 

Tiffany, Margaret Irving, 930, ... 69 

Tiffany, Margaret Mason, .... 153 

Tiffany, Maria, 854 63 

Tiffany, Maria Amelia, 985, ... 75 

Tiffany, Maria D. Post 180 

Tiffany, Maria Johnson 122 

Tiffany, Maria Louisa Patchin, . . 66 

Tiffany, Maria Margaret De Wolf, . 182 

Tiffany, Marie, 98 11 

Tiffany, Marie H., 3078 156 

Tiffany, Marie Havemeyer, ... 36 

Tiffany, Marie Malvina Mabille, . . 35 

Tiffany, Marietta Parmenter, ... 77 

Tiffany, Marion Elizabeth, 249c, . . 23 

Tiffany, Marion Rebecca, (a) 4, . . 184 

Tiffany, Marshall, (d) 3253, ... 104 

Tiffany, Martha, 12 5 

Tiffany, Martha, 14, 174 

Tiffany, Martha Alice, 3167, ... 160 

Tiffany, Martha Ann Pryor, . . . 109 

Tiffany, Martha Augusta, 1976, . . 129 

Tiffany, Martha Baker, 134 

Tiffany, Martha E. Whitney, ... 69 

Tiffany, Martha Eliza, 929, ... 72 

Tiffany, Martha Elizabeth, 79, . 182 

Tiffany, Martha Emily, 919, ... 70 

Tiffany, Martha Gillam, .... 156 

Tiffany, Martha Grover, .... 6 

Tiffany, Martha J. Goodman, ... 86 

Tiffany, Martha Madison, .... 63 

Tiffany, Martha Minerva Burwell, . 152 

Tiffany, Martha W. Wright, . . . 134 

Tiffany, Martin J., 253, 24 

Tiffany, Marvin Eugene, 1485, . . 105 

Tiffany, Marvin Lee, 1378 101 

Tiffany, Mary, 186 19 

Tiffany, Mary, 2G6\ 25 

Tiffany, Mary, 273 25 

Tiffany, Mary, 643, 46 

Tiffany, Mary, 629, 63 

Tiffany, Mary, 853 63 

Tiffany, Mary, 1048 80 

Tiffany, Mary, 1296, 94 

Tiffany, Mary, 1828 121 



Tiffany, Mary, 1854, . . 
Tiffany, Mary, 1909, . . 
Tiffany, Mary, 1844, . . 
Tiffany, Mary, 1849, . . 
Tiffany, Mary, 1972, . . 
Tiffany, Mary, 3321, . . 
Tiffany, Mary, 2134c, . 
Tiffany, Mary, 3, . . . 
Tiffany, Mary, 63, . . 
Tiffany, Mary, 2, . . . 
Tiffany, Mary A., 602, . 
Tiffany, Mary A. King, . 
Tiffany, Mary A. Peacock, 
Tiffany, Mary A. Quinlin, 
Tiffany, Mary A. Smith, Mrs., 
Tiffany, Mary A. Tate, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Abigal Palmer, 
Tiffany, Mary Adaline, 664, 
Tiffany, Mary Adelaide Winkler, 
Tiffany, Mary Adeline Barnard, 
Tiffany, Mary Aldrich, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Allison, 358, 
Tiffany, Mary Ann, 2092, . 
Tiffany, Mary Ann Bullock, 
Tiffany, Mary Ann Davis, . 
Tiffany, Mary Ann Davis, . 
Tiffany, Mary Ann Day, . 
Tiffany, Mary Ann Day, . 
Tiffany, Mary Ann Hagerdorn 
Tiffany, Mary Ann Rose, . 
Tiffany, Mary Antoinette, 45, 
Tiffany, Mary Atwater, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Balcom, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Berdan, 935, 
Tiffany, Mary Berta, 3161, . 
Tiffany, Mary Bruce, 373, . 
Tiffany, Mary C. Smith, . 
Tiffany, Mary Carpenter, 
Tiffany, Mary Davis, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Davis, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Dean, . . . 
Tiffany, Mary Dewan, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Downer, (a) 44, 
Tiffany, Mary E., 1300, . . 
Tiffany, Mary E., 2016, . . 
Tiffany, Mary E., 3076, . . 
Tiffany, Mary E. Loomis, . 
Tiffany, Mary Eliza, 26, 
Tiffany, Mary Eli/a Hunt, . 
Tiffany, Mary Elizabeth, 671, 



PAGE. 

. 121 

. 126 

. 128 

. 128 

. 131 

. 167 

. 169 

. 171 

. 176 

. 178 

. 51 

. 80 
76 

. 61 

. 68 

. 105 

. 133 

. 55 

. 68 

. 58 

173, 190 

. 29 

. 137 

. 136 

. 157 

. 167 

. 27 

. 138 

. 179 

. 134 

173, 190 

. 182 

. 27 

. 69 

. 161 

. 32 

. 81 

. 26 

. 140 

. 169 

. 185 

. 82 
7 

. 95 

. 132 

. 156 

. 102 

. 175 

. 175 

. 48 



242 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



Tiffany, Mary Elizabeth, 987, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Elizabeth, (e) 3322, 
Tiffany, Mary Elizabeth Lines, 
Tiffany, Mary Elizabeth Miles, 
Tiffany, Mary Ellen, 39, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Emily, (a) 4, . 
Tiffany, Mary Etta, 1096, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Fitch Strickland, 
Tiffany, Mary Frances, 1554, . 
Tiffany, Mary Frances, 2124, . 
Tiffany, Mary Frances Cook, . 
Tiffany, Mary Gardner Downer, 
Tiffany, Mary Goodrich, . . 
Tiffany, Mary H., 1669, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Helen Oakley, . 
Tiffany, Mary Howe, . . . 
Tiffany, Mary Hewlett, . . . 
Tiffany, Mary Jane, 521, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Jane, 8, . . . 
Tiffany, Mary Jane Davis, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Johnson, 60, 
Tiffany, Mary Jones, .... 
Tiffany, Mary Kellogg, . . . 
Tiffany, Mary Kennedy, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Kingslcy Berdan, 
Tiffany, Mary Knowlton, . . 
Tiffany, Mary L. Baxter, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Leonard, . . , 
Tiffany, Mary Lilian Bonesteele, 
Tiffany, Mary Louisa, 198, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Louise, 1538, . 
Tiffany, Mary Lucinda Perham, 
Tiffany, Mary Lucretia Rogers, 
Tiffany, Mary Lydia Fox, . . 
Tiffany, Mary M. Martin, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Margaret Miller, 1936 
Tiffany, Mary Mason, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Meacham, . 
Tiffany, Mary Metcalf, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Miller, 1937, 
Tiffany, Mary Olney, . . 
Tiffany, Mary P. Wellman, 
Tiffany, Mary Palmer, 2051c, 
Tiffany, Mary Potter, 200, . 
Tiffany, Mary R., 40, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Rich, . . . 
Tiffany, Mary Rogers, . . 
Tiffany, Mary S. Hall, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Sackett, . . 
Tiffany, Mary Sisson, . . 



FAGS. 

75 
167 

88 

104 

176 

185, 186 

81 
182 
104 
139 
123 
7 
156 
112 
112 
6 

51 

44 

171 

157 

173, 190 

12 
131 
176 

69 
121 
117 
168 

71 

19 
102 

75 

68 
9 
182 
127 
166 
126 
128 
127 

83 

47 
133 

19 
181 
137 

67 
123 
162 
180 



PAGE. 

Tiffany, Mary Stevens, ..... 164 

Tiffany, Mary Travers, 168 

Tiffany, Mary Woodbridge, 422, . . 40 

Tiffany, Mary Woodbridge Goddard, 39 

Tiffany, Mary Woodcock, .... 49 

Tiffany, Mason, 1635, 110 

Tiffany, Mather demons, .... 85 

Tiffany, Mather Clemons, 1674, . . 112 

Tiffany, Mathildc Morris 109 

Tiffany, Matilda, 15, 187 

Tiffany, Matilda Lorctta, 1676, . . 112 

Tiffany, Matilda Raught 112 

Tiffany, Maud, 1315 94 

Tiffany, Maud Madeline, 66, . 173, 190 

Tiffany, Maud May, 250a, .... 23 

Tiffany, Maud S., 1002 76 

Tiffany, Maude, 1285 92 

Tiffany, Maude Irene, 907, ... 68 

Tiffany, Maude Mildred, (b) 2073, . 134 

Tiffany, Maurice Lyman, 1538a, . . 102 

Tiffany, Maurice Richard, (e) 3329, . 168 

Tiffany, Meletiah Tingley, .... 96 

Tiffany, Melissa Jane, 2045, ... 132 

Tiffany, Mercy, 246, 22 

Tiffany, Mercy Miller 84 

Tiffany, Mercy Reed 120 

Tiffany, Mildred, 3050 155 

Tiffany, Mildred Wentworth, ... 184 

Tiffany, Millie Reeseford, .... 150 

Tiffany, Milo E., 1521 101 

Tiffany, Milton, 1350 96 

Tiffany, Milton, 1385, . . . 106, 109 

Tiffany, Milton, (e) 3327, .... 168 

Tiffany, Milton, 7 171 

Tiffany, Minerva, 978 75 

Tiffany, Minerva, 13, 184 

Tiffany, Minnie Ettie, 998, ... 76 

Tiffany, Minnie Hamilton, .... 183 

Tiffany, Minnie M. Davis 57 

Tiffany, Minnie Morgan Burch, . . 133 

Tiffany, Minnie V. Hyde, .... 62 

Tiffany, Minniebell, 47 173 

Tiffany, Miranda Hungerford, . . 132 

Tiffany, Miriam Elizabeth, 3141, . . 159 

Tiffany, Miron, 22, 172 

Tiffany, Mollie Corbin, 168 

Tiffany, Mollie Harding, .... 110 

Tiffany, Molly, 2087 136 

Tiffany, Molly Clark 122 

Tiffany, Morrison, 1145, ... 88, 89 



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248 



PAOK. 

Tiffany, Mortimer Manley, 834, . . 67 

Tiffany, Mowrey, 321, 20 

Tiffany, Murray, 47, 176 

Tiffany, Murton W. f 1075 81 

Tiffany, Myron, 3061a, 157 

Tiffany, Myron Orville, 1793, . . . 117 

Tiffany, Myrta J., 905 68 

Tiffany, Nancy, 168 17 

Tiffany, Nancy, 781 62 

Tiffany, Nancy, 1021 109 

Tiffany, Nancy, 182 

Tiffany, Nancy Day, ...... 35 

Tiffany, Nancy Elizabeth Chappell, . 133 

Tiffany, Nancy M. Beesley, . . . 168 

Tiffany, Nancy M. Lindsay, . . . 105 

Tiffany, Nancy Maria Lindsay, 1199, 85 

Tiffany, Nancy Mc In tyre, .... 163 

Tiffany, Nathan, 1847, . . . 128, 131 

Tiffany, Nathan, 1974, 131 

Tiffany, Nathan Newton, 2019, 132, 133 

Tiffany, Nathan Newton, Jr., 2051, . 133 

Tiffany, Nathan Newton, 3d, 2051a, 133 



Tiffany, Nathan S., 755, . 
Tiffany, Nathan Seneca, 583, 
Tiffany, Nathaniel, 1822, . 
Tiffany, Nathaniel, 1846, . 
Tiffany, Nathaniel, 195G, . 
Tiffany, Nathaniel, 2d, 1957, 
Tiffany, Nathaniel Curtis, 2147, 
Tiffany, Nathaniel Curtis, 3192, 
Tiffany, Nathaniel Rannay, 1983, 
Tiffany, Nellie Dwight, 1992, 
Tiffany, Nellie J., 1790, . 
Tiffany, Nellie L. Barnes, . 
Tiffany, Nellio Louisa, 1G92, 
Tiffany, Nellie Pierson, 646, 
Tiffany, Nellie Ruth, 3112, 
Tiffany, Nelson, 1044, . . 
Tiffany, Nelson, 1085, . . 
Tiffany, Nelson, 13G6, . . 
Tiffany, Nelson Arnold, 830, 
Tiffany, Nelson John, 1542, 
Tiffany, Nelson Leroy, 1739, 
/Tiffany, Nelson Otis, 918, . 



Tiffany, Nelson Otis, 930, 



Tiffany, Nelson W., (a) 3327, 
Tiffany, Nelson Whipple, 3327, 
Tiffany, Nettie, 1088, . . 
Tiffany, Nettie Dimmick, . 
Tiffany, Newell Schuyler, 1129, 



. GO 
49,55 

120, 128 
. 128 
. 129 
. 129 

162, 164 
. 165 



130 
130 
118 
116 
112 

64 
157 

80 

80 

99, 102, 103 

67, G9, 70 

103 

116 

70, 71, 72 

72 



168 
168 

80 
108 

86 



Tiffany, Newell Wesley, 1381, 

Tiffany, Nina Moore, 
Tiffany, Noah, 19, 
Tiffany, Noah, 947, . 
Tiffany, Noah, 1110, . 
Tiffany, Nora Fowler, 
Tiffany, Norma, (a) 2, 
Tiffany, Norman S., 13, 
Tiffany, Nyrum Reynold*, 248, 
Tiffany, Obcdiah, 1, , . 
Tiffany, Oliver, 457, . . 
Tiffany, Oliver, 533, . . 
Tiffany, Oliver, 981, . . 
Tiffany, Oliver Sisson, 14, 
Tiffany, Oliver W., 2160, 
Tiffany, Olivia Stansburg, 
Tiffany, Ollie M., 1760, . 
Tiffany, Olney, 1107, . 
Tiffany, Orange R., 2065, 
Tiffany, Orlando C, 1402, 
Tiffany, Orlena Adelaide, 1000, 
Tiffany, Orleva, 103G, , 
Tiffany, Orpha A Kennedy, 
Tiffany, Orra A., 235, . 
Tiffany, Orra M., 24, . 
Tiffany, Orrin C, 1572, 
Tiffany, Orrin D., 903, . 
Tiffany, Orris E., 2043, . 
Tiffany, Orville, 1353, . 
Tiffany, Orville, 1393, . 
Tiffany, Orville, 3300, . 
Tiffany, Orville Adelbert, 1741 
Tiffany, Orville B., 2180, 
Tiffany, Orville Norris, 1416 
Tiffany, Oscar, (b) 2140b, 
Tiffany, Oscar Fitzallen, 916, 
Tiffany, Oscar Frederic, 926, 
Tiffany, Oscar M., 3075, . 
Tiffany, Osmond, 344, . . 
Tiffany, Osmond Capron, 340, 
Tiffany, Osmond Checkley, 354, 
Tiffany, Otis, 331, . . 
Tiffany, Otis, 783, . . 
Tiffany, Otis, 824, . . 
Tiffany, Otis Comfort, 371, 
Tiffany, Otis Edmund, 832, 
Tiffany, Otis Eugene, 911, 
Tiffany, Otis Fuller, 1977, 
Tiffany, Otis Henry, 366, 
Tiffany, Otis Rogers, 365, 



FAGR. 

101, 105 

. 29 

6 

74,83 

85, 87 

. 58 

. 184 

. 174 

22, 23 

. 186 

41 

45 

. 75 

. 180 

. 156 

. 119 

. 116 

. 84 

. 134 

. 114 

76 

. 78 

. 114 

. 21 

. 178 

. 107 

. 68 

. 132 

07, 118 

. Ill 

. 166 

. 117 

. 153 

116, 117 

. 150 

70, 71 

. 71 

. 156 

28 

. 28 

. 29 

26, 35, 36 

. 62 

66, 67 

. 32 

67 

. 69 

. 130 

30, 31, 32 

. . 30 



244 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



Tiffany, Otli Whitney, 928, 
Tiffany, Owen, 63, . . . 
Tiffany, Owen L., 1756, . 
Tiffany, Palmer Chamberlain, 
Tiffany, Paris Eugene, 1230, 
Tiffany, Parmclia Perry, , 
Tiffany, Parthenia, 43, . . 
Tiffany, Patience Vance, 
Tiffany, Paul Bentley, 3135, 
Tiffany, Pauline Adele, 032, 
Tiffany, Pauline Ethel, 1188, 
Tiffany, Pearl Otis, . . . 
Tiffany, Peletiah, 1345, . . 
Tiffany, Penelope Sheldon, 100, 
Tiffany, Percy, (c) 1308, . 
Tiffany, Pcrmelia Emetine 

ney 

Tiffany, Pcrmelia Shannon, 
Tiffany, Perry, 403, . . . 
Tiffany, Perry G., 1518, . 
Tiffany, Persis, 1838, . . 
Tiffany, Phebe Brown, . . 
Tiffany, Phcbe E. Cutler, Mrs. 
Tiffany, Phebe Lewis, . . 
Tiffany, Pheson, 3238, . . 
Tiffany, Philander, 1146, . 
Tiffany, Philip Russell, 1245, 
Tiffany, Philomen, 2156, . 
Tiffany, Phoebe Adams, . 
Tiffany, Pierrepont, 689, . 
Tiffany, Polly, 160, . . . 
Tiffany, Polly, 16, ... 
Tiffany, Polly A, Gregory, . 
Tiffany, Polly Ann White, . 
Tiffany, Polly C. Pcrrigo, , 
Tiffany, Polly Clarissa Perigo, 
Tiffany, Polly E. Carpenter, 
Tiffany, Polly Frieze, . . 
Tiffany, Polly Howd, . . 
Tiffany, Polly Marcy, . . 
Tiffany, Polly Rich, . . . 
Tiffany, Polly Sweet, . . 
Tiffany, Preston, 1340, . . 
Tiffany, Preston Horace, 1414, 
Tiffany, Prudence Whiting, 
Tiffany, Rachel, .... 
Tiffany, Rachel Ann, 2111, 
Tiffany, Rachel Benjamin, . 
Tiffany, Rachel Kendall, 640, 
Tiffany, Ralph, 690, . . . 



625, 



PAGE. 

72 
176 
116 
62,53 
02 
40 
173, 100 
07 
150 
72 
89 
94 
96, HI 
19 
94 
Whit. 
102, 103 
91 
36 
101 
124 
79 
58 
92 
1G3 
88 
93 
151 
49 
60 
17 
183 
77 
168 
112 
1134, 85 
114 
45 
151 
118 
165 
91 
96, 115 
116, 117 
182 
93 
138 
151 
54 
61 



(a) 



Tiffany, 
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M0V. 

Ralph, 3051 155 

Ralph Ace, 1653, .... 110 

Ralph Bancroft, 442, ... 35 

Ralph Douglass, 1708, . . 113 

Ralph Gillett, 1009, ... 76 

Ralph R., 1694, .... 112 

Ralph W., 1282 93 

Ralph Waldo Emerson, 909, 68 

Ramer Scott, 2134u, ... 170 

Ray, (k) 3322 167 

Ray Porter, 1805 119 

Raymond Everett, 1606, . . 108 

Raymond M., 266, ... 25 

Raymond Nelson, 1536, . . 102 

Rebecca, 0, 5 

Rebecca Lillian, (k) 3329, . 168 

Rebecca Slayton, .... 76 

Rebecca Whittemore Pratt, 181 

Recompense, 1819, ... 120 

Recompense, 1835, . . . 124 

Reilly, 37, 183 

Reuben, 963 76 

Rhoda, 1958, .... 129 

Rhoda, 1965 129 

Rhoda Emeline, 3155, . . 160 

Rhode Ann Shearman, . . 79 

Richard, 1016 80 

Richard, 4 170 

Richard, 5, . . . . 170, 180 

Richard Corning, 16, . 180, 181 



Richard Mason, 3205, . 
Richard Mason, Jr., 3320, 
Richard S., 41, . . 
Robert, 3242, . . 
Robert, 5, . . . 
Robert Francis, 637, 
Robert H., 1650, . 
Robert Hatcher, 20, 
Robert Lester, 2134v, 
Robert Shaw, 357, 
Roland Sellew, 2010, 
Rolston Ivan, 1541, 
Rosa Burch, 2058, . 
Rose Irene, 1094, . 
Ross Williams, 1665, 
Roxalana, 823, . . 
Roxana, 3059n, 
Roxanna Filer, . . 
Roy E., 1535, . . 
Roy Loomis, 3142, 



168 
168 
181 
163 
171 

54 
109 
175 
170 

29 
131 
102 
133 

81 
111 

66 
156 
166 
102 
159 



THE TJFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



245 



FAGI. 

Tiffany, Ruhamah, 179 

Tiffany, Rupert Francis, 992, . . 75, 76 
Tiffany, Russell, 671, .... 66, 60 
Tiffany, Russell, 1214, .... 91, 93 

Tiffany, Russell, 1239 93 

Tiffany, Russell, 2157, 151 

Tiffany, Russell H., 2157a, ... 151 

Tiffany, Ruth, 249k, 23 

Tiffany, Ruth, 852, 63 

Tiffany, Ruth 67 

Tiffany, Ruth, 962, 74 

Tiffany, Ruth, 2134T, 170 

Tiffany, Ruth A., 2066, 134 

Tiffany, Ruth Adeline, 3154, ... 160 

Tiffany, Ruth Adeline Turner, . . 159 

Tiffany, Ruth Anderson, 650, ... 54 

Tiffany, Ruth Clapp, 74 

Tiffany, Ruth Durkee 63 

Tiffany, Ruth Gildersleeve, 382, . . 34 

Tiffany, Ruth Katherine, 3163, . . 160 

Tiffany, Ruth L., 1567, 105 

Tiffany, Ruth Moulton, 3133, ... 159 

Tiffany, Ruth Richards, .... 134 

Tiffany, Ruth Truesdell, .... 106 

Tiffany, S. Abbie, 1892, .... 124 

Tiffany, Sabra Jenks, . , . . , 7 

Tiffany, Sadie Ann Kinney, , . . 117 

Tiffany, Salem Judson, 608, • . , 51 

Tiffany, Sallie Harbine, 64, ... 176 

Tiffany, Sally, 694, 50 

Tiffany, Sally, 822 66 

Tiffany, Sally, 975 76 

Tiffany, Sally, 2d, 977, 76 

Tiffany, Sally, 2164, 151 

Tiffany, Sally, 2165a, 155 

Tiffany, Sally, 14, 178 

Tiffany, Sally Bigelow 74 

Tiffany, Sally De Goff, 164 

Tiffany, Sally Jones McLane, ... 36 

Tiffany, Sally M., 1067 81 

Tiffany, Sally M., 1409 114 

Tiffany, Sally Puffer, 185 

Tiffany, Salmon, 2155a 161 

Tiffany, Samuel, 6 . 5, 17 

Tiffany, Samuel, 31, 6 

Tiffany, Samuel, 128, 16 

Tiffany, Samuel, 160 17 

Tiffany, Samuel, 1959 129 

Tiffany, Samuel, 2133, ... 140, 161 

Tiffany, Samuel, 2146, 162 



PACK. 

Tiffany, Samuel, 9180, 162 

Tiffany, Samuel, 3223 162 

Tiffany, Samuel, 3328, 168 

Tiffany, Samuel E., 1631 110 

Tiffany, Samuel Gross, 3117, ... 158 

Tiffany, Samuel Joel, (f) 3329, . . 168 
Tiffany, Samuel Mills, 2110, . 138, 139 

Tiffany, Samuel N., 1068, .... 81 
Tiffany, Samuel Slater, 105, . 13* 14, 15 

Tiffany, Sarah, 10, 5 

Tiffany, Sarah, 164 17 

Tiffany, Sarah, 207 20 

Tiffany, Sarah, 1274, 93 

Tiffany, Sarah, 1832, 121 

Tiffany, Sarah 135 

Tiffany, Sarah, 2081 135 

Tiffany, Sarah, 2083, 135 

Tiffany, Sarah, 2090, 136 

Tiffany, Sarah, (a) 2140b, .... 160 

Tiffany, Sarah, 17, 183 

Tiffany, Sarah, 9 187 

Tiffany, Sarah A., 847, 63 

Tiffany, Sarah A. Case, 108 

Tiffany, Sarah A. Prentice, ... 93 

Tiffany, Sarah Althea Piatt, ... 160 

Tiffany, Sarah Ann Watrous, . . . 116 

Tiffany, Sarah B, Leach 91 

Tiffany, Sarah B. Milbourne, ... 102 

Tiffany, Sarah Carr 62 

Tiffany, Sarah Day 177 

Tiffany, Sarah Dean Farrar, ... 41 

Tiffany, Sarah E. Quick 117 

Tiffany, Sarah Elizabeth Moore, . . 59 
Tiffany, Sarah Elizabeth Smith Cod- 

dington, 77 

Tiffany, Sarah Hughes Jenkins, Mrs., 57 

Tiffany, Sarah Jane, 569 48 

Tiffany, Sarah Jane, 184 

Tiffany, Sarah Jane Reynolds, . . 47 

Tiffany, Sarah Jane York, .... 168 

Tiffany, Sarah Johnson 122 

Tiffany, Sarah L., 1789, .... 118 

Tiffany, Sarah L. Green 104 

Tiffany, Sarah McFadden, .... 72 

Tiffany, Sarah Milbourn Oakley, . . 94 

Tiffany, Sarah Morgan Stanton, . . 10 

Tiffany, Sarah Nichols, 171 

Tiffany, Sarah R. Ellsworth, ... 93 

Tiffany, Sarah Rosanna Griggs, . . 77 

Tiffany, Selina, 1859 121 



846 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



than. 

Tiffany, Seth, 9080, 135 

Tiffany, Seth, 8 179, 182 

Tiffany, Silas Durkee, 787, . . 63, 64 
Tiffany, Silas Morrison, 1173, . . 89 

Tiffany, Simeon, 1830 121 

Tiffany, Simeon, 1852, 121 

Tiffany, Simeon, 1863 121 

Tiffany, Simon LeRoy, 1429, . 118, 119 
Tiffany, Son of Nathaniel R. (1983), 

2006, 

Tiffany, Sophronia Case, . 
Tiffany, Sophronia Case Smith 
Tiffany, Sophronia Durkee, 
Tiffany, Spencer VVatrous, 1765, 
Tiffany, Squire B., 1303, . 
Tiffany, Stanton Gere, 385a, 
Tiffany, Stella, 1655, . 
Tiffany, Stella A. Julien, 
Tiffany, Stephen, 170, . 
Tiffany, Stephen, 181, . 
Tiffany, Stephen, 205, . 
Tiffany, Stephen, 224, . 
Tiffany, Stephen, 259, . 
Tiffany, Stephen, 1869, . 
Tiffany, Stephen E., 1475, 
Tiffany, Stephen Johnson, 1876 
Tiffany, Susan, 185, . . 
Tiffany, Susan, 1049, 
Tiffany, Susan, 7, . . 
Tiffany, Susan Ann Cross, 
Tiffany, Susan Boughton, 
Tiffany, Susan Caroline, 2008, 
Tiffany, Susan Conklin Gregg, 
Tiffany, Susan E. Green, . . 
Tiffany, Susan Elizabeth Bailey, 
Tiffany, Susan Emeline, 3140, 
Tiffany, Susanna, 1038, . . 
Tiffany, Susanna Kent, 2094, 
Tiffany, Susannah Jenks, 
Tiffany, Susie, 1325, . . . 
Tiffany, Susie A. Carpenter, 
Tiffany, Sybil, 1955, . . . 
Tiffany, Sylvanus, 3253, 
Tiffany, Sylvanus, (f) 3253, 
Tiffany, Sylvester, 455, . . 
Tiffany, Sylvester, 467, . . 
Tiffany, Sylvia, 1317, . . 
Tiffany, Sylvia Phelps, . . 
Tiffany, Sylvia Ward, . . 
Tiffany, Sylvia Warner, . . 



130 
161 
91 
65 
116 
95 
34 
109 
168 
18 
18 
19, 20 
21, 25 
24 
122 
104 
123 
19 
80 
186 
158 
178 
131 
86 
130 
181 
158 
79 
137 
74 
95 
112 
129 
164 
164 
41, 42 
43 
95 
150 
168 
94 



VAGI. 

Tiffany, Tabitha Humphrey, ... 128 

Tiffany, Talcott, 1028 77 

Tiffany, Theodocia Luce, .... 130 

Tiffany, Thirza, 980 75 

Tiffany, Thomas, 172, 18 

Tiffany, Thomas, 949 74, 96 

Tiffany, Thomas, 1344, . . . . 96, 106 

Tiffany, Thomas, 1412 116 

Tiffany, Thomas, 1818, 120 

Tiffany, Thomas, 1829 121 

Tiffany, Thomas, 1870, 122 

Tiffany, Thomas Day, 3 178 

Tiffany, Thomas Green, 18, ... 174 
Tiffany, Thomas Jefferson, 1391, 111, 112 
Tiffany, Thomas Jerome, 1677, . . 112 
Tiffany, Thomas Johnson, 1880, . . 123 
Tiffany, Thomas Lee, 10, . 174, 176, 177 
Tiffany, Thomas Robinson, 42, . . 176 
Tiffany, Thomas W., 1612, . . 109, 110 
Tiffany, Thomas Williams, 1387, 106, 111 
Tiffany, Timothy, 2134, . . . 140, 169 

Tiffany, Timothy, 2152 150 

Tiffany, Timothy, 2134B, . 
Tiffany, Timothy Chauncey, 3149, 
Tiffany, Tingley, 1346, . . 
Tiffany, Titus, 2135, . . . 
Tiffany, Triphena Walker, . 
Tiffany, Truman L., 1663, . 
Tiffany, Ursula E. Parker, . 
Tiffany, Valentine, 3, . . 
Tiffany, Valorous Edgar, 912, 
Tiffany, Vanna B., 1603a, . 
Tiffany, Velma, 1725, . . 
Tiffany, Vera Gere, 385, 
Tiffany, Verda L., 1092, . 
Tiffany, Verna, (e) 1294, . 
Tiffany, Vester, 1290, . . , 
Tiffany, Vester Winsor, 1341, 
Tiffany, Vina E., 1753, . . 
Tiffany, Viola Rebecca Salisbury, 
Tiffany, Virgil, 1287, . . . 
Tiffany, Virgil, (d) 1294, . . 
Tiffany, Virgil, 1295, . . . 
Tiffany, Virginia, 820, . . . 
Tiffany, Volney, 1231, . . . 
Tiffany, Walcott Day, (d) 433, 
Tiffany, Walker Ephraim, . . 
Tiffany, Wallace, 1073, . . . 
Tiffany, Wallace Case, 3160, . 
Tiffany, Wallace R., 34, . . 



. 169 

. 160 

96. 112 

. 140 

. 156 

. 109 

. 130 

. 183 

. 69 

. 108 

. 115 

34 

. 81 

94 

94,95 

. 95 

. 117 

. 184 

93,94 

94 

94 

. 66 

. 92 

27 

27 

82 

. 160 

. 178 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



1A1 



MM 

Tiffany, Wally Rob Roy, (c) 4, . . 186 
Tiffany, Walter Anson, 1540, ... 102 
Tiffany, Walter Checkley, 360, . 29, 30 
Tiffany, Walter Checkley, Jr., 439, . 30 
Tiffany, Walter D., 3264, .... 164 
Tiffany, Walter Frederick Palacto, 

1093, 81 

Tiffany, Walton Cuyler, 376, ... 33 

Tiffany, Warren, 1066, 81 

Tiffany, Warren, 1757, 116 

Tiffany, Watson, 1308 94 

Tiffany, Wealthy Maria Buckley, . . 180 
Tiffany, Wellington Earl, 906, . . 68 
Tiffany, Wellington H., 3309, ... 167 

Tiffany, Welthan, 188 19 

Tiffany, Wesley, 272, 25 

Tiffany, Wilder, 1806 119 

Tiffany, Wilder Mason, 2192, . . .154 

Tiffany, Willard, 3011 152 

Tiffany, Willard Hosea, 1246, ... 93 

Tiffany, William, 184, 19 

Tiffany, William, 202, 19 

Tiffany, William, 2G9 25 

Tiffany, William, 328, 26 

Tiffany, William, 337, 26 

Tiftany, William, 396 36 

Tiffany, William, 404 36 

Tiffany, William, 861, 64 

Tiffany, William, 1039 79 

Tiffany, William, 1853, . . . 121, 122 

Tiffany, William, 1866 122 

Tiffany, William, 1900 125 

Tiffany, William, 2082, 135 

Tiffany, William, 2175, . . . 161, 154 

Tiffany, William, 3058 156 

Tiffany, William, 2 171 

Tiffany, William 173 

Tiffany, William, 1 177 

Tiffany, William, 20, 183 

Tiffany, William Averell, 1938, . . 127 

Tiffany, William B., 1523 101 

Tiffany, William Beach, 1141, . . 88 
Tiffany, William Bullock, 2105, 138, 139 
Tiffany, William Charles, (b) 1032, . 77 
Tiffany, William Chauncey, 90, . . 10 
Tiffany, William Coy, 1213, . . 91, 92 
Tiffany, William Coy, 1252. ... 92 
Tiffany, William Curtis Noyes, (c) 433, 27 

Tiffany, William D., 6, 178 

Tiffany, William Elmer, 1032, . . 77 



Tiffany, William Foster, 1332, 
Tiffany, William Franklin, 970, 
Tiffany, William II, 600, . . 
Tiffany, William H., 924, . . 
Tiffany, William H., 2174a, . 
Tiffany, William Hamilton, 369, 
Tiffany, William Henry, 391, . 
Tiffany, William Henry, 415, . 
^Tiffany, William Henry, 1376, 
Tiffany, William Henry, 2055, 
Tiffany, William Henry, 6, 
Tiffany, William Hezekiah, 2122, 
Tiffany, William Hobart, 2037, 
Tiffany, William Loring, 44, . 
Tiffany, William M., . . . , 
Tiffany, William Murton, 1063, 
Tiffany, William O., 918, . . 
Tiffany, William Otis, 896, 
Tiffany, William P., 2134j, . 
Tiffany, William Randall, 1080, 
Tiffany, William S., 8, . . . 
Tiffany, William Seth, 12, . . 
Tiffany, William Shaw, 345, . 
Tiffany, William Sheldon, 4, . 
Tiffany, William Stanton, 1770, 
Tiffany, William W. Fox^ 95, . 
Tiffany, William Wallace, 833, 
Tiffany, William Wallace, 1795, 
Tiffany, William Wallace, 1, . 
Tiffany, William Wallace, 3, . 
Tiffany, Willie K., 1090, . . 
Tiffany, Willie Stephen, 1887, 
Tiffany, Willis, 1318, . . . 
Tiffany, Willis W., 1298, . . 
Tiffany, Willis W., 1323, . . 
Tiffany, Winfrcd, 1253, . . . 
Tiffany, Wyles Elijah, (c) 1032, 
Tiffany, Zechariah, 950, . . 
Tiffany, Zelia Getner, . . . 
Tiffany, Zenas, 3200, . 
Tiffany, Zenas, 3321, . . . 
Tiffany, Zenas Williams (b) 3322, 
Tiffany, Zeriah, 1954, . . . 
Tiffany, Zeriah Jones, . . . 
Tiffany, Zerriah Jones, . . . 
Tiffany, Zeruah Labode, . . 
Tiffany, Zerviah, 216, . . . 

Tiffanys, Wales, 

Tiffanys, Walpole, .... 
Tillotson, Anna King, . . . 



FAOt. 

95 

. 77 

. 50 

71,72 

. 151 

32 

35 

. 38 

. 101 

. 133 

. 187 

. 139 

132, 133 

7 

. 164 

80,81 

. 70 

. 67 

. 170 

. 80 

. 174 

179, 182 

28,29 

185 

116 

11 

67 

118 

179 

186 

80 

123 

95 

95 

95 

92 

77 

74 

94 

166 

167 

167 

129 

128 

79 

182 

20 

188, 189 

188 

183 



248 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



Tiltotson, Charles, (e) 24, . 
Tillotson, Cordelia Bannister, 
Tiltotson, Ellen, (a) 23, . 
Tillotson, Flora, (c) 24, . 
Tillotion, Floyd, (b) 24, . 
Tillotson, Frances, (d) 94, . 
Tillotson, Jackson, 23, . . 
Tillotson, James, 24, . , 
Tillotson, Letltia Trefry, . 
Tillotson, Lone, (a) 24, . . 
Tillotson, Lurana Tiffany, 4, 
Tillotson, Samuel, . . , 
Tillotson, Samuel, 26, . . 
Tillotson, Volin, (b) 23, , 
Tingley, Addie M., 1657, . 
Tingley, Almon Montgomery, 
Tingley, Arthur P., 1510, . 
Tingley, Carrie Benny, . , 
Tingley, Clara Bell, (a) 1606. 
Tingley, Daniel L., . . . 
Tingley, Edna, (c) 1484, . 
Tingley, Elmer* 1729, . . 
Tingley, Elsie, (b) 1484, . 
Tingley, Emery L., 1645, . 
Tingley, Emma Irene, 1514, 
Tingley, Emma O. Huff, , 
Tingley, Eva Tiffany, 1716, 
Tingley, Fanny Mary Tiffany, 
Tingley, Fernie M., (b) 1645, 
Tingley, Franklin Pierce, . 
Tingley, Gaylord M., 1659, 
Tingley, Gilford E., . . . 
Tingley, Harley, 1660, . , 
Tingley, Harriet Adelaide 

1380 

Tingley, Hattie M., (b) 1506, 
Tingley, Hayden L„ 1508, . 

Tingley, Homer 

Tingley, Homer J., 1611, . 

Tingley, Jackson, .... 

Tingley, Jessie Eunice, (b) 1715, 

Tingley, Leath M., fa) 1645, 

Tingley, Leland B., (c) 1645, 

Tingley, Lena A., 1512, 

Tingley, Lillie, 1728, . . 

Tingley, Lucy Abigal, . . 

Tingley, Lulu B., 1513, . . 

Tingley, Martha Day, . . 

Tingley, Mary Priscilla Tiffany, 1616, 

Tingley, Melvin, 1484, 100 



1373, 



Tiffany 



PACE. 

183 
183 
183 
183 
183 
183 
183 
183 
183 
183 
183 
183 
183 
183 
109 
114 
101 
109 
101 
109 
100 
114 
100 
109 
101 
100 
114 
100 
109 
114 
109 
109 
109 

101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
100 
114 
109 
109 
101 
114 
100 
101 
96 
109 



Tingley, Minnie Ella, 1509, . . 
Tingley, Nelson, (d) 1484, . . .. 

Tingley, Ray, (a) 1716 

Tingley, Sadie, (a) 1484, . . . 
Tingley, Sally Martha Tiffany, 1719, 
Tingley, Sarah A. Tiffany, 1620, . 
Tingley, Sarah Frances Van Buskirk 
Tingley, Sarah Jane, 1483, . . . 
Tingley, Timothy, Captain, . . 
Tingley, William H., 1506, . . 

Tingley, Willie, 1482 

Tingley, Winnie, 1727 

Titus, Clara Eugenia, 1550, . . 
Titus, Clifford, (b) 953, .... 

Titus, Elizabeth Maxim, . . . 
Titus, Emily Elizabeth Tiffany, 1465, 
Titus, Ezekiel, ...... 

Titus, Harry Ellwood, 1551, . . 
Titus, Leonard, (a) 953, . . . 
Titus, Lois Richardson, 953, . . 
Titus, Lydia, (e) 953, .... 

Titus, Myron Jackson, .... 

Titus, Richardson Preston, (c) 953, 

Titus, Sophia, (d) 953 

Tomkins, Daniel, 

Tomkins, D. C, 

Tomkins, Florence, 

Tomkins, Florence Tiffany, 1241, 
Tomkins, Hattie Louisa Tiffany, 1248, 
Tomkins, Mary, 1262, . . . 
Tower, Anna Laura, (e) 1580, 
Tower, Clara Belle, (b) 1583, . 
Tower, Ella Malvina, (c) 1583, 
Tower, Elmer E., 1583, . . 
Tower, Emily Beecher, . . . 
Tower, Fred James, (d) 1580, 
Tower, Grace Ella, (c) 1580, . 
Tower, Harry Beecher, (a) 1581, 
Tower, Herbert L, 1581, . . 
Tower, Inez E. Smith, . . . 
Tower, Jean Loomis, (a) 1683, 
Tower, Jeanette, 1582, . . . 
Tower, Laura E. Loomi>, . . 
Tower, Pearl E., (b) 1680, . 
Tower, Ray Edson, (d) 1583, . 
Tower, Robert Beecher, (b) 1681 
Tower, Terressa Mary, (e) 1683, 
Tower, Terressa Tiffany, 1670, 
Tower, Warner Carr, . . . 
Tower, Warner Carr, (a) 1580, 



PAGE. 

101 
100 
114 

100 

114 

109 

101 

100 

96 

101 

100 

114 

103 

73 

73 

103 

73 

103 

73 

73 

73 

103 

73 

73 

92 

91 

91 

91 

92 

92 

107 

107 

107 

107 

107 

107 

107 

107 

107 

106 

107 

107 

107 

106, 107 

107 

107 

107 

106 

106 

106 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



249 



MM, 

Tower, Willis Rial, 1680 106 

Trembley, Daniel, 37 

Trembley, Harriet Amanda Tiffany, 

414, 37,38 

Trembley, Mary Hoyt, 37 

Trembley, Samuel 37 

Trembley, Samuel, 461 37 

Tripp, Chloe M. Tiffany, 1386, . . 106 

Tripp, Ettie Eloise Tiffany, 708, . . 68 

Tripp, George 58 

Tripp, William 106 

Trowbridge, Charlotte Fox, 77, . . 9 

Trowbridge, Charlotte Fox Tiffany, 64, 9 

Trowbridge, Charlotte Purdy, . . , 9 

Trowbridge, Chester M., 80, . . . 9 

Trowbridge, Clarence Mortimer, 73, 9 

Trowbridge, Constance, 81, . . . 9 

Trowbridge, Ella, 79 9 

Trowbridge, Guion, 74, .... . 9 

Trowbridge, Henry, 9 

Trowbridge, Mary Ethel, 76, . . . 9 

Trowbridge, Miner, 9 

Trowbridge, Miner, 78 9 

Trowbridge, Vaughan, 75 9 

Tryon, Bernard, 3030 154 

Tryon, Julia Sarah Tiffany, 2186, . 164 

Tryon, Truman, 154 

Tucker, Benjamin Merritt, 82, . . 9 

Tucker, George Fox, 9 

Tucker, Mary Pearsall Tiffany, 66, . 9 

Turner, Deborah, 13 

Turner, Eunice James, 13 

Turner, John, 169 

Turner, Joshua, 13 

Turner, Lydia, 16 

Turner, Nellie Gillespie, 3355, . . 169 

Turrell, Bess, 1279 93 

Turrell, Burke, 1277, 93 

Turrell, J. W 93 

Turrell, Maria Vandalia Waldron Tiff- 
any, 1242 93 

Turrell, Mark, 1278 93 

Turrell, Neil, 1280 93 

Tuttle, Caroline Wells, 1124, ... 84 

Tuttle, Russell 84 

Tweedy, Maria Lord, 15 

Tweedy, Maria Louisa, 15 

Tweedy, Oliver Burr, 15 

Twiss, Thomas, 50 

Udell, Achsah, 886 66 



MO. 

Udell, Benjamin O., 885, .... 66 

Udell, Eugene, 887, 66 

Udell, George, (a) 887, 66 

Udell, Harriet, (c) 887, 66 

Udell, Harriet Amanda, 890, ... 67 
Udell, Harriet Tiffany, 827, ... 66 

Udell, Morris 66 

Udell, Nelson E., 889, 67 

Udell, Oliver, 888, 66, 67 

Vadakin, Almeda Sweet, 1212, . . 91 
Vadakin, Ashael, (d) 1212, . 
Vadakin, Ella A., (c) 1212, . 
Vadakin, Emily M., (b) 1212, 
Vadakin, Harry, (a) 1212, . . 

Vadakin, Ira, 

Vadakin, Vina L., (e) 1212, . 
Van Brocklyn, Charles, 299, . 
Van Brocklyn, Frank, 299a, . 
Van Brocklyn, James, . . . 
Van Brocklyn, James, 298, . . 
Van Brocklyn, Julia, 290, . . 
Van Brocklyn, Mary, 295, . . 
Van Brocklyn, Tirzah Tiffany, 227, 
Van Brocklyn, William, 297, . 
VanBuskirk, Addie Amanda Carpen 

ter, 1471 

Van Buskirk, David Andrew, . 
Van Buskirk, Glenn Carol, . . 
Van de Bogart, Clara Emily Follet 

1457 

Van de Bogart, Ella Maud, (c) 1457, 
Van de Bogart, Harry Victor, (a 

1457, 

Van de Bogart, Helen Kate, ( f ) 1457, 
Van de Bogart, Nina May, (d) 1457 
Van de Bogart, Robert, . . . 
Van de Bogart, Robert Walter, (b) 

1457 

Van de Bogart, Russell, (e) 1457, 

Vanderpool, Beach, 

Vanderpool, Beach Wynant, 149, 
Vanderpool, Eleanor Banker, 129, 

Vanderpool, Eugene 

Vanderpool, Loraine Eleanor, 148, 
Vanderpool, Mary Isabella, 147, . 
Vanderpool, Susan Chambers Fisher, 

Van Gorder, A. L., 

Van Gorder, Claude, (b) 1638, . 
Van Gorder, Grace, (a) 1638, . . 
Van Gorder, Harletta Quick, 1638, 



250 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



Van Inwagen, Arthur, 3026, 
Van Inwagen, Fred, 3023, . 
Van Inwagen, James, . . 
Van Inwagen, James, 3025, 
Van Inwagen, Lucca Irish, . 
Van Inwagen, Mary Louise Tiffany 

2184, 

Van Inwagen, Richard, 3022, 
Van Loan, Fred Charles, (d) 1458, 
Van Loan, Jessie G., (c) 1458, 
Van Loan, John Henry, . . . 
Van Loan, Lcanora Follett, (b) 1468, 
Van Loan, Mary Jane Follet, 1458, 
Van Loan, Warren Percy, (a) 1458, 
Van Patten, Albert John, 672, 
Van Patten, Fernando Dunello, . 
Van Patten, Patience Cecilia Tiffany 

659 

Vincent, Adam, .... 
Vincent, Mary Mctcalf Frazer, 1953, 

Vincent, Robert, 

Wagoner, Alice, 31, 

Wagoner, Herbert L., . . . . 

Wagoner, Lona Ann Tiffany, 23, . 
Wake, Abbie G. Russell, (c) 8307, 
Wake, Adix, ....... 

Wales, Dexter Tiffany, 155, . . 
Wales, Edward Howe, 153, . . 
Wales, Elizabeth Lawrence, . . 
Wales, Eveleen Amelia, 138, . . 

Wales, James Lawrence, 137, . . 
Wales, James Riley, 157, . . . 

Wales, Lucy Tiffany, 35, . . . 

Wales, Luvan Tiffany, 139, . . 

Wales, Lyman Tiffany, 138, . . 

Wales, Martha Hyde, .... 

Wales, Mary Tiffany, 37, . . . 

Wales, Nancy Tiffany, 154, . . 

Wales, Oliver 

Wales, Oliver, 

Wales, Oliver Henry, 150, . . . 

Wales, Orin, , . 

Wales, Salem Howe, 141, . . . 

Wales, Samuel Brown, 142, . . 

Wales, William Harrison, 140, . 

Walker, Albert, 

Walker, Albert Malvern, 1158, . 

Walker, Alice Laura, (a) 125, . 

Walker, Almaron, 1157, . . . 

Walker, Almira Tiffany, 673, . . 



FAGS. 

154 
154 
153 
154 
154 



153 
153, 154 
99 
99 
99 
99 
99 
99 
47 
47 



47 

128 

128 

128 

178 

178 

178 

166 

166 

17 

17 

16 

16 

16 

17 

7, 16 

16 

16 

17 

7, 17 

17 

16 

17 

17 

17 

16, 17 

17 

16 

87 

88 

14 

87,88 

56 



Walker, Almiron, 693, . . . 
Walker, Bertha May, (a) 1153, 
Walker, Caroline Stowe, (b) 126 
Walker, Charles Henry, 1154, 
Walker, Charlotte Edith, 1164, 
Walker, Edward Stowe, 125, . 
Walker, Elizabeth Filborn, . . 
Walker, Ernestine, 1166. . . 
Walker, Eugene, (b) 1153, . 
Walker, Eugene, 1155, . . . 
Walker, Florence Spangcburgh, 

Walker, Frances, 

Walker, Frances Ellen, 690, . 
Walker, Frances Helen, 1162, 
Walker, Fred, (d) 1166, . . 
Walker, Freeman Moore, 1160, 
Walker, George, (c) 1153, . . 
Walker, Hannah Tiffany, 1138, 
Walker, Harry, (c) 1166, . . 

Walker, James, 

Walker, James Leroy, 1166, . 
Walker, Jane Ferris, .... 
Walker, Jessie Almana, . . . 
Walker, John, (a) 1154, . . 

Walker, John B., 

Walker, John Franklin Eugene, 
Walker, Lillian Rosalie, 1165, 
Walker, Luvan Turner Tiffany, 
Walker, Martin Otis, . . . 
Walker, Martin Otis, (b) 125, 
Walker, Mary Adams, . . . 
Walker, Mary Ann, 1159, . . 
Walker, Mary Ann, 1163, . . 
Walker, Meleia Williams, . . 
Walker, Minnie, (b) 1154, . . 
Walker, Myrtie, (b) 1152, . . 
Walker, Nettie, (a) 1152, . . 
Walker, Norman Almaron, (d) 1153, 
Walker, Patty Bent, .... 
Walker, Philcna, (a) 1166, . . 
Walker, Philcna Tiffany, 1140, 
Walker, Ralph, (c) 1152, . . 
Walker, Russell, (b) 1166, . . 
Walker, Samuel Beach, . . . 
Walker, Samuel Otis, 126, . . 
Walker, Sarah Turner, (a) 126, 
Walker, Sherman Duane, 1152, 
Walker, Viola Darrow, . . . 
Walker, Willard Adelbert, 1153, 
Walker, Winifred H. Callender, 



692 



107, 



FACE. 

66 
87 
14 

87 
88 
14 
87 
88 
87 
87 
88 
87 
66 
88 
88 
88 
87 
87 
88 
88 
87 
87 
88 
87 
66 
56 
88 
14 
14 
14 
87 
88 
68 
88 
87 
87 
87 
87 
14 
88 
88 
87 
88 
14 
14 
14 
87 
87 
87 
88 



THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA. 



251 



Walsh, Betsey Tiffany, 897a, . 
Ward, Alice E. Gammell, . . 
Ward, Amy Emeline Farrar, 1119, 

Ward, Dorcas, 3171 

Ward, Edward Oscar, (b) 1119, 
Ward, Elias Ogden, Rev. , . . 
Ward, Jemima Tiffany, 2142, . 

Ward, Reuben 

Ward, Reuben, 3166, . . . 
Ward, Samuel, 3170, . . . 
Ward, Stephen Day, (a) 1119, 
Wardner, Cornelia Eva, 507, . 
Wardner, Edward Blossom, 606, 
Wardner, Elsie Maria Tiffany, 501 
Wardner, Frederick, .... 
Wardner, George Augustus, 505, 
Wardner, Helen Maria, 603, . 
Wardner, James Frederic, 504, 
Wardner, Mary Augusta Jackson, 
Warner, Amelia Maria Tiffany, 2185, 
Warner, Daniel, 3027, .... 

Warner, Joseph, 

Warner, Lizzie Tiffany, 1019, . . 
Warner, Lucea Street, .... 

Warner, Melvin, 

Warren, Harriet Tiffany, 793, . . 

Warren, Orsamus, 

Washburne, Caroline Vincent, 69, 

Washburne, Charles G 

Waterman, Adeline L. Hawley, . 

Waterman, Charles, 

Waterman, Clarissa Tiffany, 1112, 

Waterman, David, 

Waterman, Dclio Lorette Goodwill 

843, 

Waterman, Eliza Packard, . . . 
Waterman, Ellen, (d) 843, . . . 
Waterman, Fidelia Simons Wright, 
Waterman, Frank Edgar, (b) 1193, 
Waterman, George, (c) 843, . . 
Waterman, George Lee, (c) 1193, 
Waterman, George Porter, 1196, . 
Waterman, Harriet Ruth, (a) 843, 
Waterman, Henry Manning, (a) 1193 
Waterman, Horace Charles, 1193, 

Waterman, Jennie, 

Waterman, John Nelson, lly4, 
Waterman, Joseph Claience, (a) 1196, 
Waterman, Maria Penny, . . . 
Waterman, Mary Adaline, (b) 843, 



FAGB. 

68 

84 

84 

161 

84 

84 

161 

161 

161 

161 

84 

43 

43 

43 

43 

43 

43 

43 

43 

154 

154 

154 

76 

154 

76 

64 

64 

8 

8 

85 

63 

85 

85 

63 
85 
63 
85 
85 
63 
85 
85 
63 
85 
85 
85 
85 
85 
85 
63 



FAGS. 

Waterman, Minnie May, (b) 1198, . 86 

Waters, Charles, 68 

Waters, Nettie Alma Tiffany, 710, . 68 

Waters, Paul Chester, 727, ... 68 

Watkins, Clarence Ephraim, 1882, . 122 

Watkins, Ephraim Alexander, . . . 122 

Watkins, Frances C, 1885, . . . 122 

Watkins, Frederick, 122 

Watkins, Harriet Tiffany, 1874, . . 122 

Watkins, Herbert Johnson, 1883, . 122 

Watkins, Irene Tiffany, 3340, ... 168 

Watkins, Maria L, 1884 122 

Watkins, Sarah Ann Tiffany, 1875, . 122 

Watrous, Charles E, 116 

Watrous, Florence Julia, 1773, . . 117 

Watrous, Harry Austin, 1771, . 116, 117 

Watrous, Lynn Tiffany, 1772 . . . 117 

Watrous, Mary Eliza Tiffany, 1740, 116 

Watson, Edwin, (b) 3123 158 

Watson, Ellen, (a) 3123, . . .158 

Watson, Frederick Howard, . . . 168 

Watson, Harriet Louise Tiffany, 925, 71 

Watson, Lillian Josephine Snow, 3123, 158 

Watson, Thomas W., 71 

Weeks, Ella M. Stephens, 1313, . . 94 

Weeks, Helen A 94 

Weeks, William C 94 

Wellman, Elizabeth Foley 48 

Wellman, Hiram Lcc, 48 

West, Charles II., 97 

West, Lizzie Mary Tewksbury, (c) 

1435 97 

Westcott, Laura I- Tiffany, 1711, . 114 

Westcott, Lelia Tiffany, 1803, . . 119 

Westcott, Riley, 114 

Westcott, Wells, 119 

Wetmore, Lucy Margaret Tiffany, 39, 181 

Wetmore, S. S., 181 

Wheeler, Cornelia Curtis, 3300, . . 166 

Wheeler, Emily B. Ogden 30 

Wheeler, Mary Jane Tiffany, 3070, . 155 

Wheeler, Nelson Knox, Judge, . . 30 

Wheeler, Ulysses 155 

Whcelock, Eleazer, 41 

Wheelock, James, 41 

Wheelock, Lucy, 478 41 

Whcelock, Lucy Tiffany, 459, ... 41 

Whidden, Helen Tiffany, 2d, 812, . 66 

Whidden, John D., Captain, ... 66 

Whipple, Daniel 162 



252 



INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF 



Tiffany, 



Whipple, Mary Tiffany, 8145, . . 
White, Iiabelle Pinkney, . . . 

White, Joseph, 

Whiting, Alfred D., 

Whiting, Alvln Legrande, (a) 1150, 
Whiting, Arthur Revere, (d) 1150, 
Whiting, Charlotte Fox Tiffany, 91 
Whiting, Earl, ....... 

Whiting, Eliza, 1150, .... 

Whiting, Ernest, (b) 1150, . . 
Whiting, Horatio Hattin, 1151, . 
Whiting, Josephine Tanner, 
Whiting, Mary Richardson 

1137 

Whiting, Vernie, (c) 1150, . . . 
Whiting, William Erustus, . . . 

Whiting, William W 

Whit more, Clara Louise, (a) 007, . 
Whitmorc, Clarence Norton, (d) 607, 
Whitmorc, Cordelia A. Darling, 

Whit more, Cyrus 

Whitmorc, Daniel, 000, . . . 
Whitmorc, David Benjamin, (b) 606, 
Whitmore, Edmond Tiffany, 007, 
Whitmore, Edward Fremont, (b) 607 
Whitmore, Ellen Augusta Sheppy, 
Whitmore, Helen M., (a) 606, . 
Whitmore, Lucy Tiffany, 604, 
Whitmore, Walter Keith, (c ) 607, 
Whitney, Alfred Nelson, 939a, . 
Whitney, Charles Emory, (c) 1024, 
Whitney, Corydon Emory, 1024, . 

Whitney, Elbert, 1023 

Whitney, Emily Jeanette Tiffany, 921, 
Whitney, Eunice Everette Tiffany, 



Whitney, Eva Estelle, (a) 1024, . 
Whitney, Frank Carter, 938a, 
Whitney, Franklin, 1025, . . . 
Whitney, Grace Hamilton, (b) 1024, 

Whitney, Hamilton F 

Whitney, Lewis Malcolm, . . . 
Whitney, Marien Cochayne Frith, 
Whitney, Mary A., 940a, . . . 
Whitney, Myrtie Louise, 937a 

Whitney, Thaddcus, 

Whitney, Thurza Washburn, . . 
Wilber, Anna Maria Tiffany, 233, 
Wilbcr, John Edson, (c) 234, . . 
Wilcox, Achsah Tiffany (1), 229, . 



FAOI. 

162 
28 
28 

87 
87 
87 
10 
87 
87 
87 
87 
87 

87 
87 
87 
10 
51 
51 
51 
51 
51 
51 
51 
51 
51 
61 
51 
51 
70 
77 
77 
77 
70 

77 
77 
70 
77 
77 
77 
70 
77 
70 
70 
75 
75 
21 
21 
21 



Wilcox, William H., . . 
Wilder, Adelaide, 8081, 
Wilder, Cordelia Tiffany, 8066, 
Wilder, David M., . . 
Wilder, Frances, 3080, . 
Wilder, Oscar, 3079, . 
Wiley, Achsah Levantia Tiffany, 918 
Wiley, George W., . . 
Wiley, Jessie Tiffany, 933, 
Wilkin, Charles, . . . 
Wilkin, Frances Lord Tiffany, 2190, 
Wilkin, Frederick, 3037, . . 
Wilkin, Josephine Eleanor, 3036, 
Wilkin, Margaret Maurine, 3035, 
Williams, Austin, (b) 3225, . 
Williams, Daisy Dell Reed Resseguie, 

Williams, Elisha 

Williams, Ephraim Schuyler, . . 
Williams, Eva Clair Brundage, 1131 
Williams, Ferris, (c) 3225, . . 
Williams, Harriet Camp Beach, 
Williams, Harriet Tiffany, 3191, 

Williams, Harry, 

Williams, Hiram, 

Williams, John, (a) 3225, . . 
Williams, Julia Tiffany, 3225, . 
Williams, Lorinda Farnham, 30, 
Williams, Nathaniel Curtis, 3275, 
Williams, Nelson P., ... 
Williamson, Arthur, (b) 1495, 
Williamson, Carrie Elizabeth 

1495 

Williamson, Earle, (a) 1495, 
Williamson, John, . . . 
Wilmarth, Achsah, (c) 954, 
Wilmarth, Candace, (h) 954, 
Wilmarth, Celia May, (a) 702, 
Wilmarth, Charles, (b) 702, 
Wilmarth, Clara Bailey, 
Wilmarth, David, (f) 954, 
Wilmarth, Edwin G., 
Wilmarth, Eleanora Sweet, 
Wilmarth, Elizabeth McDonald, 
Wilmarth, Emma Almira Denny, 
Wilmarth, George Perry, (d) 956, 
Wilmarth, Harriet S. Payne, 
Wilmarth, Hepzibah Clafliu, 
Wilmarth, John G., 1710, . 
Wilmarth, Lafayette, (a) 956, 
Wilmarth, Lewis D., . . 



Rice, 



702, 



rAOB. 

21 
156 
156 
156 
156 
156 

69 

69 

69 
154 
154 
154 
154 
154 
162 

60 
105 

27 

86 
162 

27 
165 

60 
162 
162 
162 
183 
165 

86 
101 

101 

101 

101 

73 

73 

57 

67 

114 

73 

67 

74 

74 

57 

74 

73 

90 

114 

73 

114 



THE T/FFANYS OF AMERICA, 



258 



(c 



Wilmarth, Lewis Minor, 1709, 
Wilraarth, Lois Guernsey, 1400, 
Wilmarth, Louis, (b) 954, . 
Wilmarth, Maria Perry, . . 
Wilmarth, Martha Payne, . 
Wilmarth, Martha Tiffany, 943 
Wilmarth, Peddy, (d) 954, . 
Wilmarth, Rachel S., (b) 950, 
Wiimarth, Sarah, (a) 954, . 
Wilmarth, Sarah Perry, . . 
Wilmarth, Sewell, (g) 954, . 
Wilmarth, Thomas, . . . 
Wilmarth, Thomas, (e) 954, 
Wilmarth, Thomas, Jr., 954. 
Wilmarth, Thomas, . . . 
Wilmarth, Walter, 956, . . 
Wilmarth, Walter Washington, 

956 

Wilmarth, Willard Willis, (e) 956 
Wilson, Elizabeth Tiffany, 1925, 

Wilson, Hattie, 

Wilson, James B., Rev., . . 

Winslow, John, 

Winslow, Matilda Tiffany, 11, 
Wood, Bertram Oliver, . . . 
Wood, Cora Edna, .... 
Wood, Edwin D., 3129, . . 
Wood, Eliza, (e) 2112, . . . 
Wood, Ellen Idelle, (a) 2112, . 
Wood, Ellen Maria Lackey, 
Wood, Francis, Rev., . . . 
Wood, Francis, (c) 2112, . . 
Wood, Franklin, 3125, . . . 
Wood, Frederick T., 3126, . 
Wood, George E., 3127, . . 
Wood, Georgia May Tiffany, 68, 
Wood, Harriet, (f) 2112, . . 
Wood, Harry, (d) 2112, . . 
Wood, James Raymond, . . 
Wood, Lucy Scott Tafft, . . 
Wood, Luvenia Cochran, . . 
Wood, Lydia Antoinette Tiffany 

3066 

Wood, Lydia Tiffany, 2096, . 
Wood, Mark Henry, 2112, . . 
Wood, MaryT., (b) 2112, . . 
Wood, Maud Irenia Watson, . 

Wood, Oliver, 

Wood, Wallace L., 3128, . . 
Woods, Hannah EL Tiffany, 74, 



PAOH. 

114 
114 
73 
73 
74 
73 
73 
74 
73 
73 
73 
73 
73 
73 
90 
73 

74 
74 
125 
125 
125 
184 
184 
158 
158 
158 
137 
137 
137 
137 
137 
158 
158 
158 
182 
137 
137 
182 
137 
158 

158 
137 
137 
137 
158 
158 
158 
177 



PAOI. 

Woods, John Q. Adams, 80, . . . 177 

Woods, Laura A., 81 177 

Woods, W. C, 177 

Woodward, Adella A. Parmenter, . 56 

Woodward, Alice, (a) 683, ... 55 

Woodward, Anna M. Warner, . . 55 

Woodward, Charles Calvin, (a) 687, 66 

Woodward, Cyrus Bissell, .... 56 

Woodward, David De Los, (c) 687, . 56 

Woodward, Dorothy Marie, ... 55 

Woodward, Edwin Bezabel, 683, . . 65 

Woodward, Ellen Celinda, 688a . . 56 
Woodward, Emily Johnson Tiffany, 

669 56 

Woodward, Emily Richardson Ellis, 65 

Woodward, Francis Edwin, (b) 683, 55 
Woodward, Louisa Maria Tiffany, 

667 65 

Woodward, Mabel Ellen, (d) 687, . 66 

Woodward, Nathan Truman, 687, . 56 

Woodward, Nelson Lysander, 688b . 56 

Woodward, Russell, 55 

Woodward, William Wallace, (b) 687, 66 

Woodworth, Albert, 115 

Woodworth, Almon, (d) 1735, . . 115 

Woodworth, Benjamin Harvey, . . 66 

Woodworth, Betsey Tiffany, 825, . 66 

Woodworth, Fred Hollister, (a) 1735, 115 

Woodworth, Gertie, (b) 1735, ... 115 

Woodworth, Lillian, (e) 1735, ... 115 

Woodworth, Nell, (c) 1735, ... 115 

Woodworth, Sarah A. Hollister, 1735, 115 

Wright, Amos, 64 

Wright, Annabel Smith, 60, . 173, 190 

Wright, Austin H 63 

Wright, David Merritt 177 

Wright, Ebenczer, . . ... 20 

Wright, Harriet Irene Goodwill, 845, 63 

Wright, Henry, 861 64 

Wright, Luclnda, 862 64 

Wright, Lucinda Tiffany, 792, . . 64 

Wright, Lura May Tiffany, 71, . . 177 

Wright, Mary Tiffany, 210, ... 20 

Wright, Mattison B 173, 190 

Wyatt, Charles Handheld, .... 30 

Wyatt, Frederick 163 

Wyatt, Mary A. Peake, (c) 3247, . 163 

Yeider, Irene Tiffany, 3340, ... 168 

Veider, William, 168 

Young, Anna Burnett, 38 



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INDEX TO HISTORY AND GENEALOGY. 



FAOB. 

Young, Ebenezer, ...... 38 

Youngs, Charles Robert, 648, ... 63 

Youngs, Edwin Tiffany, 642, ... 63 

Youngs, Elizabeth Elwood Walmsley, 63 

Youngs, Emma Cornelia Rogers, . . 63 

Youngs, Eugene Rogers, (c) 642, . . 63 



Youngs, John Robert, . . . 
Youngs, Julie Ellwood, (a) 642, 
Youngs, Nina May, (b) 642, . 
Youngs, Susan E. Tiffany, 630, 
Youngs, William, .... 



PAGB. 
63 

63 
63 
53 
63